The function `make-typed-aref-vector`

returns a vector which is suitable for efficient access at compiler optimization level safety = 0.

*byte-length* is measured in 8-bit bytes.

Use typed-aref to access *vector* efficiently.

Declaring the result of `make-typed-aref-vector`

as `cl:dynamic-extent`

causes it to allocate the array on the stack (in LispWorks 7.0 and later versions).

To make a typed vector of the type `(unsigned-byte 32)`

or single-float with length 10:

```
(make-typed-aref-vector (* 10 4))
```

To make a typed vector of the type double-float with length 10:

```
(make-typed-aref-vector (* 10 8))
```

*LispWorks User Guide and Reference Manual - 13 Feb 2015*