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By default, the allocation and deallocation of a class object on the free store is performed by the global operator new() and operator delete() defined in the C++ standard library (We introduced these operators in Section 84) A class may assume its own memory management by providing class member operators called operator new() and operator delete() If defined within a class, these member operators are invoked in place of the global operators to allocate and deallocate objects of their class type As an example, let's define operator new() and operator delete() as members of our Screen class A class member operator new() must have a return type of void* and take a first parameter of type size_t, where size_t is a typedef defined in the system header file <cstddef> Here is the declaration for the Screen class operator new():
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class Screen { public: void *operator new( size_t ); // };
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When a new expression creates an object of class type, the compiler looks to see if the class has a member operator new() If it has, this operator is selected to allocate the memory for the class object; otherwise, the global operator new() is called For example, the following new expression
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Screen *ps = new Screen;
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creates an object of class type Screen on the free store, and because class Screen has a member operator new(), the class member operator new() is called The operator's size_t parameter is initialized automatically with a value that represents the size of class Screen in bytes Adding or removing a class operator new() does not require a change to user code A new expression has the same form whether it calls a global operator new() or a class member operator new() If the class Screen doesn't define its own operator new(), the new expression is still valid, but it calls instead the global operator new() The programmer can selectively invoke the global operator new() through the use of the global scope resolution operator For example,
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Screen *ps = ::new Screen;
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invokes the global operator new() even if class Screen defines operator new() as a member The class member operator delete() must have a void return type and a first parameter of type void* Here is the declaration of our Screen class operator delete():
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class Screen { public: void operator delete( void * ); };
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When the operand of a delete expression is a pointer to an object of class type, the compiler looks to see if the class has a member operator delete() If it has, this operator is selected to deallocate the memory for the class object; otherwise, the global operator delete() is called The following delete expression,
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deallocates the memory for the object of class Screen to which ps refers Because class Screen has a member operator delete(), the class member operator delete () is called The operator's void* parameter is initialized automatically with the value of ps Adding or removing a class operator delete() does not require a change to user code A delete expression has the same form whether it calls a global operator delete() or a class member operator delete() If the class Screen doesn't define its own operator delete(), the delete expression above is still valid, but instead it calls the global operator delete() The programmer can selectively invoke the global operator delete() by using the global scope resolution operator For example:
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invokes the operator delete() defined in global scope even if class Screen defines operator delete() as a member In general, the operator delete() used should match the operator new() that is used to allocate the storage For example, if ps refers to storage that was allocated with a new expression invoking the global operator new(), then the delete expression should also invoke the global operator delete() The operator delete() defined for a class type and called by a delete expression may have two parameters instead of one The first parameter must still be of type void* The second parameter must be of the predefined type size_t (remember to include the library header <cstddef>) For example:
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class Screen { public: // replaces: // void operator delete( void * ); void operator delete( void *, size_t ); };
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If present, the additional parameter is initialized automatically by the compiler with the size in bytes of the object addressed by the first parameter (This parameter is essential in an object-oriented class hierarchy in which operator delete() may be inherited by a derived class 17 discusses inheritance in detail) Let's examine in more detail the implementation of our Screen class member operator new() and operator delete() Our memory allocation strategy is to manage a linked list of available Screen class objects addressed by a single freeStore pointer Each call to the Screen member operator new() returns the next class object pointed to by freeStore Each call to the member operator delete() returns the class object at the beginning of the list addressed by freeStore If the linked list of class objects addressed by freeStore is empty, a call is made to the global operator new() to allocate a block of storage able to contain screenChunk Screen objects Both screenChunk and freeStore contain values that are of interest only to the Screen class Therefore, we want to encapsulate them as private members of class Screen Additionally, there must be only a single instance of these data members for all Screen class
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