In computer science, garbage collection (GC) is a form of automatic memory management. The garbage collector, or just collector, attempts to reclaim garbage, or memory occupied by objects that are no longer in use by the program.

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Gridview shuttering when scrolling

I have more than 1000 items in my GridView. When scrolling though, it appears to make the app 'shutter'. Each time I load images from Picasso GC, it increases. ...
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Optimizing garbage collection for local objects

I am trying to make a 3D application with OpenGL/LWJGL at the moment, but I am now already hitting some limits on the JVM, most likely due to a configuration that needs to be done. I have the ...
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Linked List in Java (Garbage Collection)

So I'm implementing a linked list in Java, and so far it looks like this: ...
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Correct way of using HBRUSHes..?

If I create a brush like so HBRUSH hBrush = CreateSolidBrush(RGB(33, 33, 33)); and then later on, I want to change the color of the brush, how would I do this? I ...
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Improve C# code efficiency by leveraging dot net framework

I have written following code to find the minimum difference from a list of numbers. Because I am using a loop once and LINQ again to find the minimum, the algorithm is O(N^2). Can you please tell ...
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Backbone.js: Will this code get cleaned up by the garbage collector

I have been working on a Backbone.js application, and I am starting to think I am making a huge mistake. I never fully understand garbage collecting, and how exactly some closures prevent it. I just ...