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polymorphic_allocator() noexcept;
polymorphic_allocator( const polymorphic_allocator& other ) = default;
template< class U >
polymorphic_allocator( const polymorphic_allocator<U>& other ) noexcept;
polymorphic_allocator( std::pmr::memory_resource* r );

Constructs a new polymorphic_allocator.

1) Constructs a polymorphic_allocator using the return value of std::pmr::get_default_resource() as the underlying memory resource.
2,3) Constructs a polymorphic_allocator using other.resource() as the underlying memory resource.
4) Constructs a polymorphic_allocator using r as the underlying memory resource. This constructor provides an implicit conversion from std::pmr::memory_resource*.


[edit] Parameters

other - another polymorphic_allocator to copy from
r - pointer to the memory resource to use. May not be null

[edit] Exceptions

4) Throws nothing.

[edit] Notes

Copying a container using a polymorphic_allocator will not call the allocator's copy constructor. Instead, the new container will use the return value of select_on_container_copy_construction (a default-constructed polymorphic_allocator) as its allocator.

[edit] See also

create a new polymorphic_allocator for use by a container's copy constructor
(public member function) [edit]