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How to manage memory leakage in Iphone 3.0?


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Hi,

I am going to develope the application on ipHone side and trying to find out solution before coding.In which memory leakage is 1 of the problem while developing.

I have searched a lot on the Internet for the same ,but did not got any preffered solution.
so please give any solution for memory leakage in terms of any code snippet or any links or any other solution,which would be appreciated.


Hoping i have explain it properly.
Thanks,
Mishal
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