Creating a co_await awaitable signal that can be awaited multiple times, part 4--Raymond Chen

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Creating a co_await awaitable signal that can be awaited multiple times, part 4

by Raymond Chen

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Last time, we created an awaitable signal that can be awaited multiple times, operating entirely in user mode. However, it did perform memory allocations, and that could result in low-memory exceptions. Furthermore, it used a std::vector, and pushing a value onto the vector could take a long time if the vector needs to be reallocated...

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