I am declaring object instance = null; at top of the class and setting it to NEW in function and Dissociate object used to NULL in Finally Block... Is this right way or is there better apporach
public class CHistory
CEmployee ObjEmp = null; ------ I have declared it here On the top of the class
public int GetHistory(int EmpID)
The MSIL emitted by the compiler will contain a reference variable. This is not a performance issue.
If you want to improve performance, a more meaningful thing is to eliminate the need for a reference
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