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Description

A bit_vector is essentially a vector: it is a Sequence that has the same interface as vector. The main difference is that bit_vector is optimized for space efficiency. A vector always requires at least one byte per element, but a bit_vector only requires one bit per element.

Warning: the name bit_vector will be removed in a future release of the STL. The only reason that bit_vector is a separate class, instead of a template specialization of vector, is that this would require partial specialization of templates. On compilers that support partial specialization, bit_vector is a specialization of vector. The name bit_vector is a typedef. This typedef is not defined in the C++ standard, and is retained only for backward compatibility.


See also | Standard Template Library Programmer`s Guide | Example







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