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__gnu_cxx::throw_allocator_base< _Tp,Library>Func__gnu_cxx::throw_allocator_base< _Tp, _Cond >(3)

       __gnu_cxx::throw_allocator_base< _Tp, _Cond > -

       Inherits __gnu_cxx::annotate_base, and _Cond.

   Public Types
       typedef const value_type * const_pointer
       typedef const value_type & const_reference
       typedef ptrdiff_t difference_type
       typedef value_type * pointer
       typedef std::true_type propagate_on_container_move_assignment
       typedef value_type & reference
       typedef size_t size_type
       typedef _Tp value_type

   Public Member Functions
       pointer address (reference __x) const noexcept
       const_pointer address (const_reference __x) const noexcept
       pointer allocate (size_type __n, std::allocator< void >::const_pointer hint=0)
       void check_allocated (void *p, size_t size)
       void check_allocated (pointer __p, size_type __n)
       void check_allocated (size_type __n)
       template<typename _Up , typename... _Args> void construct (_Up *__p, _Args &&...__args)
       void deallocate (pointer __p, size_type __n)
       template<typename _Up > void destroy (_Up *__p)
       void erase (void *p, size_t size)
       void insert (void *p, size_t size)
       size_type max_size () const noexcept

   Static Public Member Functions
       static size_t get_label ()
       static void set_label (size_t l)

Detailed Description
   template<typename _Tp, typename _Cond>class __gnu_cxx::throw_allocator_base< _Tp, _Cond >
       Allocator class with logging and exception generation control. Intended to be used as an
       allocator_type in templatized code.

       Note: Deallocate not allowed to throw.

       Definition at line 634 of file throw_allocator.h.

       Generated automatically by Doxygen for libstdc++ from the source code.

libstdc++				 Tue Jun __gnu_cxx::throw_allocator_base< _Tp, _Cond >(3)

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