Construct an instance of
std::atomic<T*> with the supplied integral value.
constexpr atomic<T*>(T* i);
Constructs a new
std::atomic<T*> object with a value of
Since this is a
constructor, an instance with static storage duration is constructed
as part of the static initialization phase, which avoids race
conditions and order-of-initialization problems.
With Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, initialization for local static objects with constructors is always dynamic initialization, and initialization of global objects with constructors is only static initialization if the optimization level is high enough.