Affix access functions offering references to the affixes of a
b previously allocated with this allocator.
b may not be null.
They are defined if and only if the corresponding affix is not
ref auto prefix(T) (
The qualifiers of the affix are not always the same as the qualifiers
of the argument. This is because the affixes are not part of the data
itself, but instead are just associated with the data and known
to the allocator. The table below documents the type of
affix(b) depending on the type of
||Data is shared across threads and the affix follows suit.|
||Although the data is immutable, the allocator "knows" the
underlying memory is mutable, so |
||The data is always shareable across threads. Even if the data
||The input may have originated from |
||Unqualified data has unqualified affixes.|