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__gnu_cxx::recursive_init_error(3)			     Library Functions Manual				__gnu_cxx::recursive_init_error(3)

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__gnu_cxx::recursive_init_error - SYNOPSIS
Inherits std::exception. Public Member Functions virtual const char * what () const noexcept Detailed Description Exception thrown by __cxa_guard_acquire. 6.7[stmt.dcl]/4: If control re-enters the declaration (recursively) while the object is being initialized, the behavior is undefined. Since we already have a library function to handle locking, we might as well check for this situation and throw an exception. We use the second byte of the guard variable to remember that we're in the middle of an initialization. Definition at line 689 of file cxxabi.h. Member Function Documentation virtual const char* std::exception::what () const [virtual], [noexcept], [inherited] Returns a C-style character string describing the general cause of the current error. Reimplemented in std::bad_function_call, std::ios_base::failure, std::bad_typeid, std::bad_cast, std::runtime_error, std::future_error, std::bad_exception, std::logic_error, std::bad_weak_ptr, and std::bad_alloc. Author Generated automatically by Doxygen for libstdc++ from the source code. libstdc++ Tue Jun 10 2014 __gnu_cxx::recursive_init_error(3)

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__gnu_cxx::bitmap_allocator< typename >(3)		     Library Functions Manual			__gnu_cxx::bitmap_allocator< typename >(3)

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__gnu_cxx::bitmap_allocator< typename > - SYNOPSIS
Inherits __gnu_cxx::free_list. Public Types typedef free_list::__mutex_type __mutex_type typedef const _Tp * const_pointer typedef const _Tp & const_reference typedef ptrdiff_t difference_type typedef _Tp * pointer typedef std::true_type propagate_on_container_move_assignment typedef _Tp & reference typedef size_t size_type typedef _Tp value_type Public Member Functions bitmap_allocator (const bitmap_allocator &) noexcept template<typename _Tp1 > bitmap_allocator (const bitmap_allocator< _Tp1 > &) noexcept pointer _M_allocate_single_object () throw (std::bad_alloc) void _M_deallocate_single_object (pointer __p) throw () pointer address (reference __r) const noexcept const_pointer address (const_reference __r) const noexcept pointer allocate (size_type __n) pointer allocate (size_type __n, typename bitmap_allocator< void >::const_pointer) template<typename _Up , typename... _Args> void construct (_Up *__p, _Args &&...__args) void deallocate (pointer __p, size_type __n) throw () template<typename _Up > void destroy (_Up *__p) size_type max_size () const noexcept Private Types typedef vector_type::iterator iterator typedef __detail::__mini_vector < value_type > vector_type" Private Member Functions void _M_clear () size_t * _M_get (size_t __sz) throw (std::bad_alloc) void _M_insert (size_t *__addr) throw () Detailed Description template<typename>class __gnu_cxx::bitmap_allocator< typename > Bitmap Allocator, primary template. Definition at line 70 of file ext/alloc_traits.h. Member Function Documentation template<typename > pointer __gnu_cxx::bitmap_allocator< typename >::_M_allocate_single_object ()std::bad_alloc [inline] Allocates memory for a single object of size sizeof(_Tp). Exceptions: std::bad_alloc. If memory can not be allocated. Complexity: Worst case complexity is O(N), but that is hardly ever hit. If and when this particular case is encountered, the next few cases are guaranteed to have a worst case complexity of O(1)! That's why this function performs very well on average. You can consider this function to have a complexity referred to commonly as: Amortized Constant time. Definition at line 827 of file bitmap_allocator.h. References __gnu_cxx::__detail::__bit_allocate(), __gnu_cxx::__detail::__num_bitmaps(), and __gnu_cxx::_Bit_scan_forward(). template<typename > void __gnu_cxx::bitmap_allocator< typename >::_M_deallocate_single_object (pointer__p) [inline] Deallocates memory that belongs to a single object of size sizeof(_Tp). Complexity: O(lg(N)), but the worst case is not hit often! This is because containers usually deallocate memory close to each other and this case is handled in O(1) time by the deallocate function. Definition at line 917 of file bitmap_allocator.h. References __gnu_cxx::__detail::__bit_free(), __gnu_cxx::__detail::__num_bitmaps(), std::__rotate(), and __gnu_cxx::free_list::_M_insert(). Author Generated automatically by Doxygen for libstdc++ from the source code. libstdc++ Tue Jun 10 2014 __gnu_cxx::bitmap_allocator< typename >(3)
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