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Adobe Photoshop CC 2015 Version 18


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ios/objective-c: Deallocating NSMutableArray

I have an NSMutableArray and some NSStrings that I want to ‘clean’ before releasing them. When I release the NSMutableArray, all the NSStrings are deallocated first. Is this expected behavior? Or can I force the deallocation of an NSString?
Here’s my code:
NSMutableArray *myArray;
[myArray removeAllObjects];
[myArray release];
[myArray release];



No. You are simply releasing memory that has already been deallocated by the array’s autorelease pool.


this not only is true in NSMutableArray, but for any dealloc method. And by this I mean any kind of memory management provided by autorelease or autoreleased:
NSMutableArray *array = [NSMutableArray array];
[array release];
[array release];

what is interesting to notice is that such a dealloc method cannot be told if and which part of the memory is already deallocated and which it is not, since the compiler does it in a type-safe way behind the scenes.
so you can call release on an array, and it will deallocate the memory first, and then proceed to whatever called the dealloc is supposed to do.
Of course, if you try the example I gave above, you’ll see that the dealloc method is not called. There’s just memory copied from the array into another, so it’s not released.
But I guess that is the point: it’s simply some sanity behaviour of the compiler.


if you are using ARC
[obj release];

allocates memory for memory manager. try
[obj release];
[obj release];


Can a crystal oscillator be used as a reference?

I have a 20MHz bandpass filter that I am using in order to create a time base for a time lapse acquisition. The timebase has to be 20MHz stable, and there is an external oven with a pulsed valve that can be used to perturb the timebase to this level. I am using a 1M pot and a 100pF capacitor in order to achieve timebase stability of 10Mhz.

What’s New In?

I recently ran across a new paper written by Michael Komatu and his colleagues at the University of Ottawa and the National Research Council of Canada and entitled, ‘Fragmentation in the Tsunami Field.’ This is a manuscript that deals with the high magnitude of mass transported in the ocean during Tsunami waves as compared to the mass of fragmented debris generated during a tsunami event.

Fragmentation in the Tsunami Field, and the high risk associated with it is of course relevant to the Sediment-Sediment-Sediment (3S) process. In this context, I was interested in learning how the Tsunami fields are related to known volcanic fields. In the case of the Kubera Volcano of India, we know that a giant avalanche [of several cubic kilometers size] carried by the megathrust earthquake (that is, the subduction rupture that displaces all mass in the vicinity of the tectonic plate boundary) has been proposed as the first cause of this volcanic field.

Komatu et al. (2012) initially report that, using a new satellite technique, they observe evidence of large Tsunami fields [of up to 4 cubic kilometers] that indicates the presence of volumes of lower density material [probably an ensemble of mass fragments] beneath the surface of the ocean. These Tsunami fields are a specific type of ‘rivers’ formed around extinct volcanoes that help move the tsunami-deposited material to the ocean.

Ericko Zwinger, University of New Hampshire, USA

Giant Rivers Forming

During the Tohoku-Oki earthquake disaster in Japan in March 2011, one of the world’s most powerful waves were generated.

This study employs a new methodology to determine the distribution, structure and volume of the giant plumes of debris from the tsunami, created by the powerful waves of the Tohoku-Oki earthquake.

Previous analyses using the sole approach based on assessing roughness of the seafloor would have overestimated the volume of the debris plumes.

This novel technique of imaging the underwater debris plume is based on the concept of light absorption by the large volumes of atmospheric debris that extended out to the oceans.

This new approach demonstrated that the worldwide distribution of the giant plumes was affected by the strike angle of the Tohoku-Oki earthquake, along which they were transported.

The position of the strike had a strong correlation with the position of Japan

System Requirements For Adobe Photoshop CC 2015 Version 18:

OS: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7
CPU: Dual core with SSE2 support
Graphics: 1024 × 768
DirectX: Version 11
Sound card: DirectX-compatible
Additional Notes:
CPU: Quad core with SSE3 support
Graphics: 1280 × 800