aligned_space Template Class

Summary

Uninitialized memory space for an array of a given type.

Syntax

template<typename T, size_t N=1> class aligned_space;

Header

#include "tbb/aligned_space.h"

Description

An aligned_space occupies enough memory and is sufficiently aligned to hold an array T[N]. The client is responsible for initializing or destroying the objects. An aligned_space is typically used as a local variable or field in scenarios where a block of fixed-length uninitialized memory is needed.

Members

        namespace tbb {
        template<typename T, size_t N=1>
        class aligned_space {
        public:
            aligned_space();
            ~aligned_space();
            T* begin();
            T* end();
        };
    } 
The following table provides additional information on the members of this template class.
Member Description
aligned_space()

No effect. Does not invoke constructors.

~aligned_space()

No effect. Does not invoke destructors.

T* begin()

Returns: Pointer to beginning of storage.

T* end()

Returns: begin()+N

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