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std::once_flag(3)					     Library Functions Manual						 std::once_flag(3)

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std::once_flag - SYNOPSIS
Public Member Functions constexpr once_flag () noexcept=default once_flag (const once_flag &)=delete once_flag & operator= (const once_flag &)=delete Friends template<typename _Callable , typename... _Args> void call_once (once_flag &__once, _Callable &&__f, _Args &&...__args) Detailed Description once_flag Definition at line 726 of file mutex. Constructor &; Destructor Documentation constexpr std::once_flag::once_flag () [default], [noexcept] Constructor. std::once_flag::once_flag (const once_flag &) [delete] Deleted copy constructor. Member Function Documentation once_flag& std::once_flag::operator= (const once_flag &) [delete] Deleted assignment operator. Friends And Related Function Documentation template<typename _Callable , typename... _Args> void call_once (once_flag &__once, _Callable &&__f, _Args &&...__args) [friend] call_once Definition at line 771 of file mutex. Author Generated automatically by Doxygen for libstdc++ from the source code. libstdc++ Tue Jun 10 2014 std::once_flag(3)

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__gnu_cxx::_ExtPtr_allocator< _Tp >(3)			     Library Functions Manual			    __gnu_cxx::_ExtPtr_allocator< _Tp >(3)

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__gnu_cxx::_ExtPtr_allocator< _Tp > - SYNOPSIS
Public Types typedef _Pointer_adapter < _Relative_pointer_impl < const _Tp > > const_pointer" typedef const _Tp & const_reference typedef std::ptrdiff_t difference_type typedef _Pointer_adapter < _Relative_pointer_impl< _Tp > > pointer" typedef _Tp & reference typedef std::size_t size_type typedef _Tp value_type Public Member Functions _ExtPtr_allocator (const _ExtPtr_allocator &__rarg) noexcept const std::allocator< _Tp > & _M_getUnderlyingImp () const const_pointer address (const_reference __x) const noexcept pointer allocate (size_type __n, void *__hint=0) template<typename _Up , typename... _Args> void construct (_Up *__p, _Args &&...__args) template<typename... _Args> void construct (pointer __p, _Args &&...__args) void deallocate (pointer __p, size_type __n) template<typename _Up > void destroy (_Up *__p) void destroy (pointer __p) size_type max_size () const noexcept template<typename _Up > bool operator!= (const _ExtPtr_allocator< _Up > &__rarg) bool operator!= (const _ExtPtr_allocator &__rarg) template<typename _Up > bool operator== (const _ExtPtr_allocator< _Up > &__rarg) bool operator== (const _ExtPtr_allocator &__rarg) Public Attributes template<typename _Up > noexcept __pad0__: _M_real_alloc(__rarg._M_getUnderlyingImp()) { } ~_ExtPtr_allocator() noexcept { } pointer address(reference __x) const noexcept { return std::__addressof(__x) Friends template<typename _Up > void swap (_ExtPtr_allocator< _Up > &, _ExtPtr_allocator< _Up > &) Detailed Description template<typename _Tp>class __gnu_cxx::_ExtPtr_allocator< _Tp > An example allocator which uses a non-standard pointer type. This allocator specifies that containers use a 'relative pointer' as it's pointer type. (See ext/pointer.h) Memory allocation in this example is still performed using std::allocator. Definition at line 56 of file extptr_allocator.h. Author Generated automatically by Doxygen for libstdc++ from the source code. libstdc++ Tue Jun 10 2014 __gnu_cxx::_ExtPtr_allocator< _Tp >(3)
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