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i use ANTS profiler to trace the use of memory. and I find there are two
objects refered by each other. i want to dispose these two objects. but i
don't know how to do it.:(
one object is a form. other object is System.Windows.Form.Control. i use
N-tier model. Form(view)->Control. Now, i had disposed the control object.
how to forcibly dispose the form?and why?

Jul 22 '05 #1
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