A garbage collection method where memory is divided into two equal halves, known as the “from space” and “to space”. Garbage collection copies active cells from the from space to the to space and leaves behind an invisible pointer (an “indirection”) from the old position to the new copy. Once all active cells have been copied in one direction, the spaces are swapped and the process repeated in the opposite direction.
noun 1. a machine that makes copies of original documents, especially by xerography.
[kop-ee-ist] /ˈkɒp i ɪst/ noun 1. a person who transcribes , especially of documents. 2. an imitator. /ˈkɒpɪɪst/ noun 1. a person who makes written copies; transcriber 2. a person who imitates or copies
[kop-ee-left] /ˈkɒp iˌlɛft/ noun 1. the right to freely use, modify, copy, and share software, works of art, etc., on the condition that these rights be granted to all subsequent users or owners. verb (used with object) 2. to secure copyleft for (software, works of art, etc.) legal /kop’ee-left/ (A play on “copyright”) The copyright […]
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