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std::future objects are movable, but not copyable. Consequently, the normal implementation of std::vector<> does not support the storage of std::future objects on some platforms, as such support is new for C++11. In order to allow the use of std::vector<std::future<> >, a specialization of std::vector<> is provided where the implementation does not support such objects.

template<typename ResultType,typename Allocator>
class vector<std::future<ResultType>,Allocator>

    class const_iterator;
    class iterator;

    typedef Allocator allocator_type;
    typedef size_t size_type;
    typedef ptrdiff_t difference_type;
    typedef std::future<ResultType> value_type;
    typedef typename Allocator::pointer pointer;
    typedef typename Allocator::reference reference;
    typedef typename Allocator::const_reference
    typedef typename Allocator::const_pointer
    typedef std::reverse_iterator<iterator>
    typedef std::reverse_iterator<const_iterator>

    explicit vector(
        const allocator_type& =allocator_type());
    explicit vector(size_type size);


    void reserve(size_type size);
    void resize(size_type size);
    void clear();
    void push_back(value_type new_value);
    iterator insert(
        iterator pos,value_type new_value);
    void pop_back();
    iterator erase(iterator pos);
    iterator erase(iterator first,iterator last);
    void swap(vector& other);
    bool empty() const;
    size_type capacity() const;
    size_type size() const;
    size_type max_size() const;
    allocator_type get_allocator() const;
    reference operator[](size_type n);
    const_reference operator[](size_type n) const;
    reference at(size_type n);
    const_reference at(size_type n) const;
    reference front();
    const_reference front() const;
    reference back();
    const_reference back() const;
    iterator begin();
    iterator end();
    const_iterator begin() const;
    const_iterator end() const;
    reverse_iterator rbegin();
    reverse_iterator rend();
    const_reverse_iterator rbegin() const;
    const_reverse_iterator rend() const;

    vector(vector const&) = delete;
    vector& operator=(vector const&) = delete;

The semantics of the member functions are the same as those of the corresponding member functions of any other specialization of std::vector<>, except that insert and push_back move-construct the values into place rather than copying. Those member functions that cannot be supported with move semantics are omitted.


#include <future>

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