The Java Virtual Machine (JVM) maintains a run-time data area (called a heap) for the allocation of all class instances and array objects. The heap storage for objects is automatically reclaimed by a storage management system known as the garbage collector. If an application requires more heap space than can be made available by the garbage collector, the JVM throws an OutOfMemoryError.
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