Stefan Lueer wrote:They are included. You can call any operator delete explicitly.
> As far as I know, the new-operator can be overloaded and the
> e.g. char *pArray = new (MyHandle) char ; ok
> Why are delete-overloads not included in the ANSI C++ Standard?
What is missing is a "placement delete" expression, as in your
You can call the destructor and corresponding operator delete
T* p = new (handle) T(args);
For an array of objects, you have to write your own loop to
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