How GC (Garbage Collector) knows the objects reference is
unused.Whether GC removes the unused object Parmanently or
it maintains something.
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The Garbage Collector(GC)will be always under the control
of JVM, So JVM periodically runs the GC. It uses "sweep"
and "mark" algorithms to identify the unused objects in the
application. You don't bother about GC, JVM will take of it.
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Answer / balamurugan
it checks whenever we will not used the objects in our
program then jvm checked with forward referenceduse help of
heap memory. then gb removes the un used objects
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