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LotusScript / Terminate: Some addtl. info...
Thomas Gumz 17.Sep.03 10:20 AM Lotus Notes
Applications Development 6.0.1 Windows 2000


You don't have to kill your objects in the terminate event, Lotusscript does that automatically for you. The only reason why you potentially would want to kill your objects manually is if they need to be terminated in a specific order, because the Lotusscript automatic garbage collector doesn't do it neccessarily in the same order as objects had been created.
This might only be an issue of you have complex chains of inherited/derived classes and you rely on the exact sequence of objects being created/deleted the way you want it.

Thomas - IBM




LotusScript / Terminate (christian schus... 17.Sep.03)
. . LotusScript / Terminate: Some addtl... (Thomas Gumz 17.Sep.03)
. . RE: LotusScript / Terminate (benpoole 17.Sep.03)
. . RE: LotusScript / Terminate (Mark Hughes 17.Sep.03)


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