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terminate method is currently a no-op in the
.NET Framework version of PDFNet, and it can be safely omitted.
terminate is not a required method call for most of the PDFTron SDK. It should only be called optionally after all other PDFNet methods. The
terminate should also only be called once before ending the application.
The main reason PDFNet
terminate exists is to clean up some resources which would be mistakenly reported as
memory leaks in memory tracking applications (such as Purify or BoundsChecker etc).
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