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std::undeclare_no_pointers

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Defined in header <memory>
void undeclare_no_pointers( char *p, std::size_t n )
(since C++11)

Unregisters a range earlier registered with std::declare_no_pointers().

Contents

Parameters

p - pointer to the beginning of the range previosly registered with std::declare_no_pointers
n - the number of bytes in the range, same value as previously used with std::declare_no_pointers

Return value

(none)

Exceptions

None

Example

See also

declares that a memory area does not contain traceable pointers
(function) [edit]