Delete a new array?

Hi Experts,

I used "new" to create array:
     double[][] myArray;
     int n;
     n = 3;
     myArray = new double[n][n];
Do I need to delete the array like that in C++? If I need, how to do that?

Thank you in advance.
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When the array object is no longer pointed to by any other object, then it will be garbage collected.

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krakatoa is correct
daveaskAuthor Commented:
Thank you.

So, Java is better than C++ and VB in this aspect :-)
>>So, Java is better than C++

It has virtually automatic memory-management - there are no deletes, destructors, etc. I can't remember what VB does
Thanks for points and thanks CEHJ. ;)

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