What's exactly the difference between delete and delete  ?
I read that delete  is used when deleting an array,because it deletes all elements in the array and the array itself
And if i do this ??
is it an error ?? compilers never report errors in these cases,butCode:
char c = new char;
delete c; // instead of delete  c
is the array really being deleted?
I tried also to create an array of pointers to objects and verify that delete 
calls actually the destructors of all objects in the array before
deleting the array itself
In order to do that i put a printf in the class' destructor,but it wasn't displayed :confused:
How do you use delete  ?Code:
SomeClass **objectptr = new SomeClass*;
// create the objects
for(int i = 0;i < 20;i++)
objectptr[i] = new SomeClass();
delete  objectptr; // this doesn't delete the objects...but just
// the memory occupied by their pointers