Sorry in advance if this is the wrong place to post. Please redirect me if necessary.
I have a Generics list of my class objects - at any given time there could be a maximum range of 100 to 1000 objects in my generics list of objects.
Let's say I have just 3 MyObject in my generics list. I want to do a .RemoveAt(0) because I no longer need it, and then maybe do a couple of .Add(MyObject) methods and then another .RemoveAt(0) method call.
In other words, there will be constant .RemovingAt index zero and .Add method calls - the question is: I am worried about memory since the Generics list is in constant reindexing flux. Do I have anything to worry about given this scenario???
The MyObject is a very small class.
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