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Is new[] and delete[] compatibile with realloc() ?

Posted on 2002-04-10
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When dealing with char[] array, can I safely mix new and
delete operators with realloc(), or do I have to use
malloc() realloc() free() functions?
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In C++, you can use new, delete, malloc, free, realloc together . However, the pointer that is related to "new" can not pass to realloc, free .. .
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