Deallocate An Array and Call Destructor for its Elements

Syntax
thread_alloc::delete_array(array) .

Purpose
Returns memory corresponding to an array created by (create by create_array ) to the available memory pool for the current thread.

Type
The type of the elements of the array.

array
The argument array has prototype       Type* array  It is a value returned by create_array and not yet deleted. The Type destructor is called for each element in the array.

The current thread must be the same as when create_array returned the value array . There is an exception to this rule: when the current execution mode is sequential (not parallel ) the current thread number does not matter.

Delta
The amount of memory inuse will decrease by delta , and the available memory will increase by delta , where delta is the same as for the corresponding call to create_array.

Example