Most memory leaks and errors can occur by:
- Not closing down top level child objects in a top level collection.
- Not closing down top level objects when not using them, especially if that top level object is being called repeatedly.
- Insufficient available memory on the machine executing the code.
Best Practices of Memory Usage
Classic VB - - Memory Leak Prevention and Detection
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