Understanding Object Pooling in Microsoft .NET
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by Joydip Kanjilal
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Object Pooling is a mechanism that facilitates re-using of the existing objects in a pool (a container of live objects) rather than creating or re-creating them anew each time they are needed. This article has discussed the basic concepts of Object Pooling and how we can implement the same in .NET using C# as the language of choice. Stay tuned for more such articles on Object Pooling where I will discuss more on real-life implementation issues related to this concept. I hope readers will find this article helpful in giving a basic understanding of Object Pooling and how it works apart from implementing a simple Object Pool in C#.


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