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Over here on the IE team we take leaks seriously. Extremely seriously. This is contrary to the popular opinion, but I'll let you make your own informed decisions. My new posting on MSDN is specifically designed to help you identify and fix several patterns of leaks. These range from your basic circular reference to your more complex (and more popular) closure based leak. Hopefully this new material can help you identify and exterminate all of the leaks in your code. If you have questions about the article feel free to post here or over on the IE team blog and I'll try to respond to any non-flaming responses ;-)

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Published Monday, June 20, 2005 5:46 PM by Justin Rogers

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i do have one suggestion though, the images in the article are being resized by IE, leaving us with basically unreadable text. could you perhaps include a link to open them at full size in a new window? (i have sufficed with opening the image directly for now)

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From my understanding from another msdn article (can't seem to find it now), any leaks caused by an element in a closure would be cleaned as soon as the user navigates to a new page. Is that correct?
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Closures leak across page navigations. The underlying problem is that there is a circular reference between an element in IE and a closure object in JScript. The only way to reclaim this memory is to recycle the process, so these shouldn't be taken lightly in production level script controls.
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Very nice and well written article. Congrats.

But as IE7 is moving towards standards complience, it would be better not to use the long-time-ago depreciated "language" attribut of the script tag.

So <script type="text/javascript"> and not <script language="JScript">

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Hi,

Can you please tell me that if memory is also leaked by iframes? Im working on a project in which Remote Scripting has been done with iframes. It's multi-heirarchy tree, which is dynamically created. The iframes have been used to recieve input from the server without page refresh. I want to know that how much role is played by iframes in memory leaks and can Ajax provide a better solution and can it help in avoiding memory leaks?

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I found a memory leak at:

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