In .NET DataColumn objects are IDisposable, but if you have a DataColumn, then you can't dispose of it. How come, just wondering?
Because arrays are not disposable. Arrays of T do not descend from T.
Walk the array and dispose of each item individually.
DataCollumn is an array type that stores references to DataCollumn objects in heap because DataCollumn is a reference type.
The Array Type is a reference type that doesn't implement IDisposable
DataCollumn is an type derived from Array, compiler generated
and ofcourse it does'i implement the same interfaces of it elements.
Gotcha...thanks a bunch
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