--- Comment #2 from Dmitry Olshansky <dmitry.o...@gmail.com> 2011-08-06
09:41:59 PDT ---
I see, somehow I hadn't occured to me that it would require a lot of extra work
(and storage) to keep track of all uninitialized slots of array.
Apart from variadic overload of insertInPlace I wouldn't expect this pattern to
be too common, so it won't be a big issue.
It was propmted by:
insertInPlace(a, x, [b,c]); //allocation here is plain ridiculous
so I proposed a more generalized version that allowed multiple arguments (that
also solves this particular problem):
insertInPlace(a, x, b, c); // initializes tmp array with b, c on stack and
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