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From: Victor A. Wagner Jr. (vawjr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-06-15 00:51:12
that's the answer on YOUR implementation...do NOT make assumptions about
how all are implemented.
At Monday 2004-06-14 20:58, you wrote:
>Bo Peng wrote:
>I read /usr/include/c++/3.2.2/bits/stl_vector.h, here is the answer to my
>>1. How is size() implemented in vector<>?
>end - start pointer. Not a reference to a variable. Too bad.
>>2.Since I will have a lot of such arrays, I would also like to know how
>>many additional variables vector<int> keeps. I.e. exactly how big is
>sizeof(int)*5 + sizeof(pointer)*3 since vector keeps three pointers:
>start, end and end_of_storage. I am glad to find that when I initialize
>vector with a parameter, there is no additional storage allocated.
>arr.resize(5) of an empty array will not cause additional storage
>>It might be trivial to copy boost::array and add constructor/destructor
>>but I do not want to re-invent the wheel.
>I am using typedef'ed vector now. I will use a modified boost::array later
>because I will be able to improve performance with a const size() and save
>some memory by using only one additional data member.
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