Atomic operations library

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The atomic library provides components for fine-grained atomic operations allowing for lockless concurrent programming. Each atomic operation is indivisible with regards to any other atomic operation that involves the same object. Atomic objects are the only C++ objects free of data races; that is, if one thread writes to an atomic while another thread reads from it, the behavior is well-defined.

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Defined in header <atomic>


Atomic types
Operations on atomic types
Flag type and operations
Memory synchronization ordering