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They also don't recommend sharing pointers, so what alternative do I have?


In the same page:
In general, if you want to use C++ to share data between processes, write a class
that internally uses a memory-mapped file to share data, but do not share the class instances themselves. This might require special care in developing such a class, but it enables application developers to fully control the side effects of sharing data.

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