If you are interested to play with GC, using Nim you can play with 6 GC,
choose and customize, including Rust-like one, Real-Time, Go lang one, No GC (manual).
For Python it works like Cython basically, it has a --gc: CLI param, that can choose the GC, also a GC_statistics() that print info,
you can turn on and off the GC on the fly from the code and more.
Some GC that books say are slow, are actually pretty fast in practice.
Good post, interesting.
Thanks for sharing, Sure I will play with GC.
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