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Delete a instance [solved]


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Oct 27, 2023
Good Evening,

how can i delete my class?


Method update:Void(time:Int)
lifetime = lifetime + time
If ttl < lifetime Then
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You cannot directly delete an object in memory. The simplest way is to make sure that the class object is not being referenced by any other variable. You do this by setting the variable to Null. When the garbage collector does it's next sweep. It will free the memory that was allocated.
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The Image class has also a Discard method that you should use when an image is not referenced anymore.
The main point of garbage collection is that you don't have to - they will be auto-deleted when everything else has forgotten about them. But if you want to control things more, make an object pool for the things you want to control.
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