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RickZeeland25-Jan-23 19:35
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honey the codewitch28-Jan-23 8:53
mvahoney the codewitch28-Jan-23 8:53 
Yes. I explained all that in the first post. I'm not looking to do so again.

Edit: Sorry when I wrote that I was tired. I'll explain this better.

Visual Studio has designers. Designers work by accessing the code you JUST compiled.

In order to do so, that code must be loaded into memory after it is compiled.

Furthermore, .NET is very aggressive in terms of memory allocation, often allocating gigs ahead of time, so when you load these binaries you are tickling .NET's memory allocator again, and it's preallocating.
To err is human. Fortune favors the monsters.


modified 29-Jan-23 7:16am.

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