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Blog post: Measuring memory allocation cost, by eliminating it

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Interesting and to a certain degree somewhat expected.

Just as quick lookup to other readers: you didn't eliminate dynamic memory allocation but rather transitioned to a fast suballocator, a known pattern.

It is a very interesting data point! Thank you for sharing!


Also related: Andrei Alexandrescu on various types of suballocators.

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