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Hi! A few days ago i asked here about overloading the global "delete" and "new" operators and you helped me a lot. Now... I managed to overload the new and delete operators but now I want to call the original ones from within my overloads. I've seen I can just write :"::operator new[](size)" and the right operator will be called. But it doesn't seem to work for delete[] (it just calls my delete) and for "new" and "delete" it doesn't even compile. (BTW I used the "#define new new(__FILE__, __LINE__)" statment) How can I do this? thanks:)

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