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	FreeRemember -- Free memory allocated by calls to AllocRemember().

	FreeRemember( RememberKey, ReallyForget )
		      A0           D0

	VOID FreeRemember( struct Remember **, BOOL );

	This function frees up memory allocated by the AllocRemember() function.
	It will either free up just the Remember structures, which supply the
	link nodes that tie your allocations together, or it will deallocate
	both the link nodes AND your memory buffers too.

	If you want to deallocate just the Remember structure link nodes,
	you should set the ReallyForget argument to FALSE.  However, if you
	want FreeRemember to really deallocate all the memory, including
	both the Remember structure link nodes and the buffers you requested
	via earlier calls to AllocRemember(), then you should set the
	ReallyForget argument to TRUE.

	NOTE WELL: Once you call this function passing it FALSE, the
	linkages between all the memory chunks are lost, and you
	cannot subsequently use FreeRemember() to free them.

	RememberKey = the address of a pointer to struct Remember.  This
           pointer should either be NULL or set to some value (possibly
           NULL) by a call to AllocRemember().
	ReallyForget = a BOOL FALSE or TRUE describing, respectively,
           whether you want to free up only the Remember nodes or
           if you want this procedure to really forget about all of
           the memory, including both the nodes and the memory buffers
           referenced by the nodes.

	struct Remember *RememberKey;
	RememberKey = NULL;
	AllocRemember(&RememberKey, BUFSIZE, MEMF_CHIP);
	FreeRemember(&RememberKey, TRUE);



	AllocRemember(), exec.library/FreeMem()

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