Describes how elements of the same length are organised in the array buffer.
This is a CArrayFixSeg<class T> object whose elements:
all have the same length
are contained within a segmented array buffer; the elements are logically contiguous but are physically contiguous only within a segment.
A segmented buffer is implemented as a doubly linked list of equally sized cells allocated from the heap and is always extended by allocating a new segment and inserting it into the appropriate place in the list. A segmented array buffer is implemented using a CBufSeg object.
The following diagram illustrates how elements are organised within the array buffer:
This kind of array is suitable for large arrays with a high turnover of elements.
This class is immediately derived from the abstract template base class CArrayFix<class T> which is itself derived from the abstract non-templated base class CArrayFixBase .
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