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Defined in header <memory>
template< class T > struct default_delete
(1) (depuis C++11)
template< class T > struct default_delete<T[]>
(2) (depuis C++11)
std::default_delete est la politique de destruction par défaut utilisé par std::unique_ptr si aucune deleter a été spécifié .
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std::default_delete is the default destruction policy used by std::unique_ptr if no deleter was specified.
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Non spécialisé default_delete utilise delete pour supprimer un objet unique
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Non-specialized default_delete uses delete to delete a single object
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Spécialisation partielle pour les types tableau est fourni, il utilise delete[] la place .
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Partial specialization for array types is provided, it uses delete[] instead.
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[modifier] Fonctions membres

construit un objet default_delete
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constructs a default_delete object
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(fonction membre publique)
supprime l'objet ou un tableau
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deletes the object or array
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(fonction membre publique)

[modifier] Voir aussi

(C++11)
pointeur intelligent avec sémantique de propriétaire unique
(classe générique) [edit]