New adopted paper: N3662, C++ Dynamic Arrays (dynarray) -- Lawrence Crowl, Matt Austern

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Note: This paper was adopted into draft C++14 on Saturday at the Bristol UK ISO C++ meeting.

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Document number: N3662

Date: 2013-04-19

C++ Dynamic Arrays

by Lawrence Crowl and Matt Austern

See also related paper N3662, "Runtime-Sized Arrays with Automatic Storage Duration (Revision 5)"

Excerpt:

Instead of adopting C variable-length arrays, we propose to define a new facility for arrays where the number of elements is bound at construction. We call these dynamic arrays, dynarray. In keeping with C++ practice, we wish to make dynarrays usable with more than just automatic variables. But to take advantage of the efficiency stack allocation, we wish to make dynarray optimizable when used as an automatic variable.

 

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