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Old February 10th, 2005, 02:27 PM
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Default Question : Dispose

Hi,

(1) are all objects created inside the code of a form disposed once the form itself is disposed ? (The question includes datasets, dataadapters, tables, arrays etc., etc.)

(2) The same questions goes for a procedure that creates a large array (with redim, for example). Once the procedure ends, what happens with the memory the variables inside the procedure has used ? Should the array be disposed of manually ?

(3) Can one view the ammount of memory used at debug-time ?

Cheers,
Mike



 
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