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Disposable is any object that can be “disposed of” to relinquish its resources or cancel its task. The disposable interface is adopted by several objects returned from standard API methods. To conform to the disposable interface, an object needs only to implement a
Disposable interface is not subclassable.
true if the argument provided is a disposable object which responds to
Relinquishes the object’s resources, which may include stopping a listener, cancelling a task, or some other “event”. Calling
dispose() multiple times on an object is allowed, but will not affect the object after the first call.