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Garbage Collection

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What does base.Finalize() i.e. System.Object.Finalize exactly do internally when overrided by the class destructor?
Jan 13 '09 #1
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@gayatri pande
You normally call the base.FunctionName in the derived class function to call the base Class version of function...
Finalize is used to clean up unmanaged resources....You should implement a destructor to achieve the Finalize method functionality ....
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