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boost::ptr_vector containing arrays: Can I be sure that its destructor calls delete[] instead of delete?
by ziqew in Programming Languages

I have the following case:


boost::ptr_vector<float> vec;
float* array = new float[4]();
vec.push_back(array);
// Add some more elements to vec..

How can I ensure that if I leave this scope and vec will be destroyed the ptr_vector's destructor calls


delete[]

and not


delete


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