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Manual Memory Management

Manual Memory Management

Manual Memory Management is a feature.

In computer science, manual memory management refers to the usage of manual instructions by the programmer to identify and deallocate unused objects, or garbage.


Languages with Manual Memory Management include C, C++, Jule

Example from C:
#include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> int main(void) { int *poin = malloc(4); free(poin); }
Example from Jule:
use std::mem::c::{malloc, free} fn main() { let mut ptr = malloc(8) free(ptr) ptr = nil }
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