From: Craig Hicks (hicks_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-02-19 10:35:57
I recently started using containers to help in writing image processing
software which must
be as fast as possible since it is used in a production line.
I found to my dismay that std::vector always initialized all the elements on
This turned out to be a big computation penalty. At least with "new", no
is performed if the class/structure has no constructors, but this appears
not to be
an option with std::vector. Likewise for destructors.
Using push_back() would could a size check on each access, so is not an good
I wrote a template class (with an i/f which is a subset of std::vector's)
to get around this, but I wonder if I am missing something basic,
if perhaps there is an easy (no more than say 1 line of code) to make
do the same thing?
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