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  • noun One who, or that which, reallocates.

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Examples

  • At one point I grumbled to a friend who had been following the project "I'm having persistent bugs in my probability mass reallocator."

    Armed and Dangerous

  • At one point I grumbled to a friend who had been following the project "I'm having persistent bugs in my probability mass reallocator."

    Armed and Dangerous

  • For example, suppose you try to thunk my reallocator, a function which takes a pointer and returns either the same pointer (but now re-allocated to point to a larger or smaller portion of memory) or else a different pointer (larger or smaller, and with the data from the previous allocation copied over)

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