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Parveen Kaler

Dynamic MultiDimensional array in class

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I used to remember how to do this the *correct* way. I left my copy of Effective C++ at home today. But is this the correct way to allocate a multidimensional array in a class?
      
class A
{
public:
  A(unsigned int x,unsigned int y)
  {
    m_nx = x;
    m_vArray = new float*[x];

    for(int i = 0; i < y; i++)
      m_vArray[i] = new float[y];
  }

  ~A()
  {
    for(int = 0; i < m_nx; i++)
      delete []m_vArray[i];

    delete []m_vArray;
  }
private:
  float  **m_vArray;
  int    m_nx;
}
      
Edited by - Parveen Kaler on July 30, 2001 1:21:18 PM Edited by - Parveen Kaler on July 30, 2001 2:04:31 PM

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