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Function std.experimental.allocator.building_blocks.aligned_block_list.AlignedBlockList.allocate

Returns a chunk of memory of size n It finds the first node in the AlignedBlockNode list which has available memory, and moves it to the front of the list.

void[] allocate (
  size_t n

All empty nodes which cannot return new memory, are removed from the list.


n bytes to allocate


A chunk of memory of the required length or null on failure or