my extensive search found no info on <memory>

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    edwardtisdale
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    my extensive search found no info on <memory>

    I searched my msdn library (however from Oct 2001) and VC help (however from v5.0) and did a search on 9 search engines and searched at the msdn.microsoft.com site with keyword <memory> and also with keyword memory.h and have found nothing (at least on the first few pages of search results). Has <memory> been completely deprecated? Is there information I can get on it?

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    <memory>

    Unfortunately, the search engine on MSDN sucks.

    gg

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    >>> Unfortunately, the search engine on MSDN sucks.

    It doesn't suck per-se, it merely assumes you know the answer to your question before you ask it.
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