Commit e5205c86 authored by Mark Olesen's avatar Mark Olesen
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minor docu change

parent c5b38a72
......@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ Description
xferMoveTo() functions can prove useful. An example is transferring
from a DynamicList to a List. Since the
List\<T\>::transfer(List\<T\>&) method could result in some allocated
memory becoming inaccessible, the xferMoveTo() function can be used to
memory becoming inaccessible, the xferMoveTo() function should be used to
invoke the correct List\<T\>::transfer(DynamicList\<T\>&) method.
......@@ -50,6 +50,16 @@ Description
labelList plainLst( xferMoveTo<labelList>(dynLst) );
Of course, since this example is a very common operation, the
DynamicList::xfer() method transfers to a plain List anyhow.
It would thus be simpler (and clearer) just to use the following code:
DynamicList<label> dynLst;
labelList plainLst(dynLst.xfer());
xferCopy, xferCopyTo, xferMove, xferMoveTo, xferTmp
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