Floating new objects are those things you create on the heap and then toss around your program as if they weren’t tied to any particular location. It’s nice to delegate the job of specific object creation to some function and have it return the packaged data with a special interface for accessing only the parts we need. … Or in other words, object factories. Object factories require the heap.
Tag: memory management
It’s time to introduce – with pictures – the memory management of Copper and explain why it does it this way.
Continuing the theme of memory management, I’m going to discuss how variables are stored.
It’s alittle disconcerting to me when your average Gary on HN assumes every new programming language invented uses a garbage collector. But if every new language uses it, it must be a good idea right? 😀 …. >:-/ … No.