[Haskell-beginners] garbage collected object

Norbert Melzer timmelzer at gmail.com
Wed Jan 14 12:12:11 UTC 2015

If you know enough about an object to find it on the heap, then you hold a
reference, if you hold a reference, then it's probably not gced...
Am 14.01.2015 11:24 schrieb "Elise Huard" <haskell at elisehuard.be>:

> Hi,
> Maybe a stupid question: is there a way to check whether a particular
> data structure (or set of data structures) has been garbage collected?
> Or indirectly: is there a way to check what's still alive in the heap,
> so that you can potentially diff from one moment to another?
> Thanks,
> Elise Huard
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