Posted Dec 14, 2005 2:39 UTC (Wed) by pimlott
In reply to: lambda functions
Parent article: The Boost C++ Libraries
Funtional languages usually have special constructs or a library for manually managing memory, when required.
I take that back somewhat: They have ways to explicitly allocate, deallocate, and modify references, but they don't have ways to use your own allocator, so far as I know.
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