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#ActualMuzzy A

Posted 02 August 2013 - 10:38 PM

Hey I've been messing around with CLR stuff and noticed the 'array' object in there. I looked online for performance comparisons between that and the standard array in c++ and the std::vector class, but couldn't find anything useful.

 

Does anyone know if this class basically a .NET version of the vector class? If it's faster/slower than std::vector? Faster/Slower than standard C++ arrays?

 

 

 

Oh and on a side note, the carets they use '^' are smart pointers right? are these compatible with normal pointers?


#2Muzzy A

Posted 02 August 2013 - 10:37 PM

Hey I've been messing around with CLR stuff and noticed the 'array' object in there. I looked online for performance comparisons between that and the standard array in c++ and the std::vector class.

 

Does anyone know if this class basically a .NET version of the vector class? If it's faster/slower than std::vector? Faster/Slower than standard C++ arrays?

 

 

 

Oh and on a side note, the carets they use '^' are smart pointers right? are these compatible with normal pointers?


#1Muzzy A

Posted 02 August 2013 - 10:32 PM

Hey I've been messing around with CLR stuff and noticed the 'array' object in there. I looked online for performance comparisons between that and the standard array in c++ and the std::vector class.

 

Does anyone know if this class basically a .NET version of the vector class? If it's faster/slower than std::vector? Faster/Slower than standard C++ arrays?


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