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Assuming that you're in C++ (which is what your code looks like), creating local instances of RectangleShape inside a function will not cause memory fragmentation. Those variables are being created … on the stack, and so their memory will cleanly go away when the stack frame is cleaned up when the function returns. Do note, though, that if the RectangleShape itself allocates memory on the heap …
answered Dec 14 '13 by Trevor Powell
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The real answer is just this: On a binary computer, powers of two are nice round numbers. When a normal person needs to pick an arbitrary number for some purpose, they typically choose nice round nu …
answered Jan 7 '13 by Trevor Powell