Allocator Concept

The Allocator concept for allocators in Intel® Threading Building Blocks is similar to the "Allocator requirements" in Table 32 of the ISO C++ Standard (2003), but with further guarantees required by the Standard for use with ISO C++ containers. The table below summarizes the Allocator concept. Here, A and B represent instances of an allocator class.

Allocator Concept

Pseudo-Signature

Semantics

typedef T* A::pointer

Pointer to T.

typedef const T* A::const_pointer

Pointer to const T.

typedef T& A::reference

Reference to T.

typedef const T& A::const_reference

Reference to const T.

typedef T A::value_type

Type of value to be allocated.

typedef size_t A::size_type

Type for representing number of values.

typedef ptrdiff_t A::difference_type

Type for representing pointer difference.

template<typename U> struct rebind { typedef A<U> A::other;};

Rebind to a different type U

A() throw()

Default constructor.

A( const A& ) throw()

Copy constructor.

template<typename U> A( const A& )

Rebinding constructor.

~A() throw()

Destructor.

T* A::address( T& x ) const

Take address.

const T* A::const_address( const T& x ) const

Take const address.

T* A::allocate( size_type n, const void* hint=0 )

Allocate space for n values.

void A::deallocate( T* p, size_t  n )

Deallocate n values.

size_type A::max_size() const throw()

Maximum plausible argument to method allocate.

void A::construct( T* p, const T& value )

new(p) T(value)

void A::destroy( T* p ) p->T::~T()
bool operator==( const A&, const B& )

Return true.

bool operator!=( const A&, const B& )

Return false.

Model Types

Template classes: tbb_allocator, scalable_allocator, and cached_aligned_allocator, and zero_allocator model the Allocator concept.

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