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Deleting Arrays (mem management)

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Hi All,

I'm still fairly new to this board, and just board search has helped a lot lately in general, requiring me not to post much.

My Question now is, if I create an array (and more specifically a 2 dimensional array) that I'm checking, and using the "ReDim" function as needed to increase the size as need-be, do I need to delete the array at the end of it's scope to maintain memory management?

I'm most accustomed to C++ with pointers and new-ing them into arrays, and the importance of deleting them at the end of the code. I as just wondering if their is a way to do this or if there is a Garbage collecting system in effect.

I tried the old RTFM but there's nothing really on this topic and I felt I should ask to clarify this.

Thanks for all your help!

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AutoIt cleans up everything when the code ends.

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As well as destroying an array by reassigning a single value e.g.

Local $aArray[5]
; Enter code to manipulate Array.
$aArray = 0
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Cool, thanks for the tip on destroying arrays. I'm going to use this on Arrays I know I don't need anymore.

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