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Vector Elements are not Guaranteed to Occupy Contiguous Memory

Vector Elements are not Guaranteed to Occupy Contiguous Memory

Built-in arrays in C++ reside in contiguous chunks of memory. The Standard, however, does not guarantee that elements of a vector occupy contiguous memory. All current STL implementations store vector elements in contiguous memory, but it’s just a convention, not a requirement.

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