v := memory.delete(m)

Delete a memory chunk.

The contiguous array of objects with starting address m is returned to the host’s memory space. If m is not a valid address (i.e., one that has not been obtained via memory.create), an error occurs. Any FISH variables pointing to the block of memory will be set to null.

If this is called from a multi-threaded environment, the actual deletion will be deferred.

Returns:v - void return
Arguments:m - memory pointer