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Getting Rid of Garbage in Java

by Azamat Nurkhojayev5mSeptember 12th, 2022
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Garbage collection is the process of reclaiming full runtime memory by destroying unused objects. When an object is not referenced, it is assumed to be dead and no longer needed. Garbage collectors in Java implement a generational garbage collection strategy that classifies objects by age.
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