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    WSUVanc is offline Member
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    Default Getting rid of Node

    Okay, so it has became apparent that i am having issues with null pointer errors and some node issues. I have a feeling that these are all stemming from how you "Delete" a node after you use it. If anyone has suggestions for how to go about that, or could clarify how to get the "Garbage Collector" to clean them up for me. I understand that its when the a node is no longer referenced it disappears, im just confused on what constitutes not referenced anymore. FYI Im using a singly linked list.

    Any pointer will be much appreciated.

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    Ronin is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: Getting rid of Node

    Hi WSUVanc,

    Can you please provide an example of the null pointer errors you are receiving.

    Regards.

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