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This category holds links on memory management, which involves the primary storage allocation and deallocation in computer programming. Within this area, a primary concern is the automation of the processes involved in (de)allocation, freeing programmers from low level memory details. This is called garbage collection (GC or gc), or automatic or automated memory management or storage reclamation. This frees programmers from having to manually allocate and deallocate memory for various reasons (e.g., dynamic objects), aids programming productivity, and reduces errors. Almost all interpreted languages are garbage collected, use GC.


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