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In C++, the operator new allocates memory for an object and then creates an object at that location by calling a constructor. Occasionally, however, it is useful to separate those two operations. [1] If each iterator in the range [first, first + n) points to uninitialized memory, then uninitialized_fill_n creates copies of x in that range. That is, for each iterator i in the range [first, first + n), uninitialized_fill_n creates a copy of x in the location pointed to i by calling construct(&*i, x).


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