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Defined in header <memory>
template< class T, class Alloc >
struct uses_allocator
(since C++11)

If T has a member typedef allocator_type which is convertible from Alloc, provides the member constant value equal to true. Otherwise value is false.

Contents

Inherited from std::integral_constant

Member constants

value
[static]
true if T uses allocator Alloc, false otherwise
(public static member constant)

Member functions

operator bool
converts the object to bool, returns value
(public member function)
operator()
(C++14)
returns value
(public member function)

Member types

Type Definition
value_type bool
type std::integral_constant<bool, value>
[edit template]

[edit] Specializations

Custom specializations of the type trait std::uses_allocator are allowed for types that do not have the member typedef allocator_type but satisfy one of the following two requirements:

1) T has a constructor which takes std::allocator_arg_t as the first argument, and Alloc as the second argument.

2) T has a constructor which takes Alloc as the last argument.

The following specializations are already provided by the standard library:

specializes the std::uses_allocator type trait
(class template specialization) [edit]
specializes the std::uses_allocator type trait
(function template) [edit]
specializes the std::uses_allocator type trait
(function template) [edit]
specializes the std::uses_allocator type trait
(function template) [edit]
specializes the std::uses_allocator type trait
(class template specialization) [edit]
specializes the std::uses_allocator type trait
(class template specialization) [edit]
specializes the std::uses_allocator type trait
(class template specialization) [edit]

[edit] Notes

This type trait is used by std::scoped_allocator_adaptor and may be used by custom allocators to determine whether the object being constructed is itself capable of using an allocator (e.g. is a container), in which case an allocator should be passed to its constructor.

[edit] See also

an object of type std::allocator_arg_t used to select allocator-aware constructors
(constant) [edit]
tag type used to select allocator-aware constructor overloads
(class) [edit]
implements multi-level allocator for multi-level containers
(class template) [edit]