code cleanup

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  • Info Code cleanup refers to the act of writing code so that it cleans up leftover data structures and other unwanted materials from memory and the filesystem. more...
  • Another technical term sometimes called "code cleanup" is loop cleanup.
  • Code cleanup can also refer to the removal of all comments from source code, or the act of removing temporary files after a program has finished executing.
  • In C++, code cleanup involves deallocating previously allocated dynamic memory.