Re: Compiler Generated Default Functions

"Matthias Hofmann" <>
27 Jul 2006 10:58:02 -0400
"kanze" <> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

    extern void* operator new( size_t, int ) ;

    struct A {} ;

    A* p = new A ; // Not an error, although a compiler
                        // generated default would hide the
                        // global operator.

If I understand this correctly, the allocation of a new A should invoke the
above declared placement version of operator new(), shouldn't it? But
doesn't this require the following?

// Pass 42 as the second
// argument of operator new().
A* p = new( 42 ) A;

Otherwise, I do not understand why the example you provided should not be an

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