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Aseem Sharma8-Sep-10 4:59
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Once an assembly (a .Net dll) is loaded, it cannot be unloaded and so it will remain in application's address space until process's life time. To avoid this we should load an assembly in a separate application domain. An application domain can be unloaded whenever we want and while it unloads, it also unload all assemblies loaded inside it. So problem can not be resolved as you said. But yes, as you said we have mixed code of Unmanaged C++, Managed C++ and C#. Could this mix of code have any implication?
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