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std::new_handler

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Defined in header <new>
typedef void (*new_handler)();

std::new_handler is the function pointer type (pointer to function that takes no arguments and returns void), which is used by the functions std::set_new_handler and std::get_new_handler

[edit] See also

allocation functions
(function) [edit]
registers a new handler
(function) [edit]
obtains the current new handler
(function) [edit]