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  • Span<T> provides a type-safe and memory-safe representation of a contiguous region of arbitrary memory.
  • Span<T> is a lightweight, stack-allocated (rather than heap) alternative to the array type and can be used to avoid unnecessary memory allocation and garbage collection.
  • Span<T> has several useful methods for manipulating data, such as Slice and CopyTo, which allow for easy manipulation of subarrays.
  • The main advantage of using Span<T> is that it allows for more efficient memory management, as it does not require allocating new memory when working with large data sets. Additionally, Span<T> also provides a number of safety features, such as bounds checking, to help prevent common programming errors.
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