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On 29/04/2010 at 04:30, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Originally posted by xxxxxxxx
Having searched this forum I found a discussion which stated that removing a parent object would automatically remove its children, so if that's true it isn't necessary to remove all the children first.
Well, it actually does remove all the children - which also means that you shouldn't try to remove any of those already removed children later (this fails).
The bigger issue is how to get these out of memory: Remove() does not free the objects and the children, so don't forget to Free() them...
Hope it helps