From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-07-20 13:30:16
> John Maddock wrote :
>> Useful for temporary buffers whose size is determined at runtime.
>> Doesn't have a container interface though, and probably mostly used
>> for interfacing with legacy C API's.
> Why not use std::vector here ?
> You get the interfacing with C using &v.
True. And thinking about it, I can't actually remember ever using it
either, but that was the motivation for providing it if my memory is
My only complaint about std::vector is that the &v always feels like a
hack to me, even if it is guarenteed to work.
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