Okie, just started using C# a few days ago and it seems relatively easy although I wanted to get one thing clarified so I don't run into problems down the road.
A linked list in C# unlike C++ or C does not require manual freeing of memory?
That is, C#'s garbage collector will automatically handle freeing of a linked list thus requiring no destructor?
Allocation of memory never requires me to worry about freeing memory? Ever?