I am creating IntVector in Java as follows -
IntVector intVector = (IntVector) vectorSchemaRoot.getVector(name);

Is there a way that I can allocate additional capacity to the same IntVector 
object by a defined number? Let's say something like - 
intVector.allocateAdditional(100), which would only add more capacity to the 
existing buffer without impacting the existing buffer and data.

There is an API intVector.reAlloc, but it simply doubles the current allocated 
memory and not what I intend.

Thanks for your inputs,

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