How far can stack [LIFO] solve do automatic garbage collection and prevent memory leak ?

Richard Owlett rowlett at pcnetinc.com
Wed Aug 25 02:05:38 CEST 2010


Hugh Aguilar wrote:
> On Aug 24, 4:17 pm, Richard Owlett<rowl... at pcnetinc.com>  wrote:
>> Hugh Aguilar wrote:
>>> [SNIP ;]
>>
>>> The real problem here is that C, Forth and C++ lack automatic garbage
>>> collection. If I have a program in which I have to worry about memory
>>> leaks (as described above), I would be better off to ignore C, Forth
>>> and C++ and just use a language that supports garbage collection. Why
>>> should I waste my time carefully freeing up heap space? I will very
>>> likely not find everything but yet have a few memory leaks anyway.
>>
>> IOW Hugh has surpassed GIGO to achieve AGG -
>> *A*utomatic*G*arbage*G*eneration ;)
>
> The C programmers reading this are likely wondering why I'm being
> attacked. The reason is that Elizabeth Rather has made it clear to
> everybody that this is what she wants:
> http://groups.google.com/group/comp.lang.forth/browse_thread/thread/c37b473ec4da66f1
>
> Every Forth programmer who aspires to get a job at Forth Inc. is
> obliged to attack me. Attacking my software that I posted on the FIG
> site is preferred, but personal attacks work too. It is a loyalty
> test.

*SNICKER SNICKER LOL*
I am not now, nor have been a professional programmer.
I still recognize you.
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