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 UWA week 32 (2nd semester, week 3) ↓
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We've casually discussed that, when using languages (such as C) that manage their own memory allocation, we must be careful to also deallocate that memory to avoid memory 'leaks'. We'll discuss this much more in coming lectures. With that background, I loved this old article discussed today: Sure it has memory leaks but who cares, it's a freaking missile! https://mobile.twitter.com/carnage4life/status/1556374093938626560

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