There are numerous new features coming with .NET 4.5 and here, on this blog, you can find several posts about it. But the feature we are goint to talk about today is very exciting, because we were waiting for it more than 10 years. Since .NET 1.0 the memory limit of .NET object is 2GB. This means you cannot for example create array which contains elements with more than 2GB in total. If try to create such array, you will get the OutOfMemoryException.
Let’s see an example how to produce OutOfMemoryException.
Jul 27 2012, 08:47 AM