Polymorphic Allocators, std::vector Growth and Hacking

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Polymorphic Allocators, std::vector Growth and Hacking

by Bartlomiej Filipek

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The concept of a polymorphic allocator from C++17 is an enhancement to standard allocators from the Standard Library.

It’s much easier to use than a regular allocator and allows containers to have the same type while having a different allocator, or even a possibility to change allocators at runtime.

Let’s see how we can use it and hack to see the growth of std::vector containers...

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