Just Curious, What Kind Of Garbage Collector Does Sun's JVM Use?

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    The Subject Line is self explanatory for this topic
     
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    <> wrote:
    > The Subject Line is self explanatory for this topic
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    What exactly do you want to know? The collector is generational,
    precise, and copying in most situations. I'm not sure if there's a non-
    copying collector in there for large objects or the oldest generation...
    but those are typical places where mark/sweep might be used.

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