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Frees memory previously allocated with allocate().
void deallocate(void* ptr);
A pointer to the memory to be freed.
The pointer passed in may be a zero pointer, in which case no action should be taken.
Otherwise, the pointer will be a valid memory block pointer previously returned by allocate() or expand(),
and the memory for this pointer should be freed.
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