Please note the distinction between alloc_sizeof() and mem_sizeof(). The
former obtains the *additionally* dynamically allocated memory for an object of
type T. An 'int' has no additional memory beyond the size of the 'int' itself,
so the result of 0 is correct.
Why do you want to expose *only* alloc_size()? It's kind of awkward without
BTW: alloc_size() isn't really meant to be called explicitly. You *can* do it
and it will give you the correct answer, but it's not the answer you really
want. Again, note the distinction between alloc_sizeof() and mem_sizeof().
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