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Memory management and garbage collection

Memory management and garbage collection: Java Essential Training: Syntax and Structure
Memory management and garbage collection: Java Essential Training: Syntax and Structure

Even though Java is a compiled and statically typed language, it manages memory for you—unlike languages like C, C++, Pascal, and others. You don't have to explicitly allocate and de-allocate memory whenever you create an object. The Garbage Collector is a major feature of the Java Virtual Machine. Learn how the Garbage Collector works and how little attention you as the programmer need to give it.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Developer Programming Languages Java

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