Is there any fast way of detecting when an object loses all its references in Java?
I'm currently using the WeakReference class to allow the garbage collector to decide for me when an object is no longer referenced. The issue is that its just too slow (I've written a unit test to demonstrate this - in the test it takes a System.gc() and a Thread.sleep(200) before the get() method on the weak reference returns null - far too slow for my application).
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Viewers will learn about basic arrays, how to declare them, and how to use them.
Introduction and definition:
Declare an array and cover the syntax of declaring them:
Initialize every index in the created array:
Example/Features of a basic arr…