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mir.array.allocation

Functions and types that manipulate built-in arrays and associative arrays.
This module provides all kinds of functions to create, manipulate or convert arrays:
Function Name Description
array Returns a copy of the input in a newly allocated dynamic array.
Authors:
Andrei Alexandrescu and Jonathan M Davis
auto array(Range)(Range r)
if ((isInputRange!Range || isIterable!Range) && !isInfinite!Range && !isStaticArray!Range || isPointer!Range && isIterable!(PointerTarget!Range));
Allocates an array and initializes it with copies of the elements of range r.
Narrow strings are handled as a special case in an overload.
Parameters:
Range r range (or aggregate with opApply function) whose elements are copied into the allocated array
Returns:
allocated and initialized array
Examples:
auto a = array([1, 2, 3, 4, 5][]);
assert(a == [ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ]);
Examples:
assert("Hello D".array == "Hello D");
assert("Hello D"w.array == "Hello D"w);
assert("Hello D"d.array == "Hello D"d);