Ok, I heard an analysis of the collections and objects and the amount of memory they each take up in VB6 and I wonder if one of you guys has done this..As I cant find any documentation on it..
I heard that regardless of the amount of data in each class object they take 44kb for each object including 44Kb for each parent class that the object implements.
that they are improperly dropped from memory once all the referances to them are droped and the only way to ensure the removal is to destroy them i.e. set = nothing?
True or false, 50 to the first one with some proof either way on both points.
Not sure/dont know..then just comment.