How is memory managed in Python?
Memory is managed by the private heap space. All objects and data structures are located in a private heap, and the programmer has no access to it. Only the interpreter has access. Python memory manager allocates heap space for objects. The programmer is given access to some tools for coding by the core API. The inbuilt garbage collector recycles the unused memory and frees up the memory to make it available for the heap space.
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