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NAME

       ost::StringObject - The StringObject class is used to derive subclasses that use the
       String managed memory pool for all space allocations by overriding new and delete
       operators.

SYNOPSIS

       #include <string.h>

   Public Member Functions
       void * operator new (size_t size) NEW_THROWS
           Create a new object in string managed space.
       void operator delete (void *obj)
           Delete object from string managed space.

Detailed Description

       The StringObject class is used to derive subclasses that use the String managed memory
       pool for all space allocations by overriding new and delete operators.

       Due to size limits, StringObject should not hold very large objects.

       Author:
           David Sugar dyfet@ostel.com Objects managed in reusable String memory pools

Member Function Documentation

   void ost::StringObject::operator delete (void * obj)
       Delete object from string managed space.

   void* ost::StringObject::operator new (size_t size)
       Create a new object in string managed space.

Author

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