O$: Instance memory footprint

Jean Marc Azerad azerad.jm at wanadoo.fr
Mon Dec 13 01:31:57 EST 2010

I Oli,

I cannot be positive, but I'll be surprised if it did copies of Task variables, it has to refer to the original task variable.
The content would be unmanageable !
But I could understand if Task variable had a memory footprint only wen used;
Couldn't this be the case ?


Le 13 déc. 2010 à 00:10, Olafur Gardarsson a écrit :

> When say a window is instantiated, does it pull into memory a copy of all
> the task variables or does it refer to the task variables where they are
> already in memory by way of the task instance? I'm asking because in a
> project I'm working on I noticed that objects had been set up to instantiate
> as task variables. This makes life easier when using methods in these
> objects but I'm wondering if every instance of every object is carrying
> around the extra weight of objects they never use.
> Oli
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