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LukeSkyRunner

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Consider the following code:
#include <ostream.h>

int main()
{
	int *p = new int;
	cout << *p << "\n";
	return 0;
}
 
Will the memory allocated and pointed by p be deleted automatically when application finish?

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quote:
Original post by fallenang3l
memory is reclaimed by the OS.


...generally. With windows you can never be sure. And there''re other os''s than just Windows and Linux for which there''s c++ compiler.

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- Unreadable code is code written on a piece of paper, but not the one, in which the programmer is using a space in the place you don''t.
- Real programmers aren''t afraid of goto

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