I call a web service which gets back an array of strings, but wonder if I must clear out the memory after I am done with the array. I use C#.NET.
string gpsEventList = null;
gpsEventList = (string)gpsGetter.GetGpsEvents(lastGpsTime.TheTime, "Name1", true);
// do stuff with the array
// clear the memory from the array
Is there something I can do to unallocate the memory used in preparation for the next call to this variable?