ACE  6.0.6
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ACE_Auto_String_Free Class Reference

Simple class to automatically de-allocate strings. More...

#include <SString.h>

List of all members.

Public Member Functions

 ACE_Auto_String_Free (char *p=0)
 ACE_Auto_String_Free (ACE_Auto_String_Free &rhs)
ACE_Auto_String_Freeoperator= (ACE_Auto_String_Free &rhs)
 ~ACE_Auto_String_Free (void)
char * operator* () const
char operator[] (size_t i) const
char * get (void) const
char * release (void)
void reset (char *p=0)

Private Attributes

char * p_

Detailed Description

Simple class to automatically de-allocate strings.

Keeps a pointer to a string and deallocates it (using <ACE_OS::free>) on its destructor. If you need to delete using "delete[]" the ACE_Auto_Array_Ptr<char> is your choice. The class plays the same role as auto_ptr<>

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

ACE_Auto_String_Free::ACE_Auto_String_Free ( char *  p = 0) [inline, explicit]
ACE_Auto_String_Free::ACE_Auto_String_Free ( ACE_Auto_String_Free rhs) [inline]
ACE_Auto_String_Free::~ACE_Auto_String_Free ( void  ) [inline]

Member Function Documentation

char * ACE_Auto_String_Free::get ( void  ) const [inline]
char * ACE_Auto_String_Free::operator* ( void  ) const [inline]
ACE_Auto_String_Free & ACE_Auto_String_Free::operator= ( ACE_Auto_String_Free rhs) [inline]
char ACE_Auto_String_Free::operator[] ( size_t  i) const [inline]
char * ACE_Auto_String_Free::release ( void  ) [inline]
void ACE_Auto_String_Free::reset ( char *  p = 0) [inline]

Member Data Documentation

char* ACE_Auto_String_Free::p_ [private]

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