Modify ArrayOperatorNew.cpp by adding a static vector that adds each Widget address that is allocated in operator new and removes it when it is released via operator delete. (You may need to look up information about vector in your Standard C++ Library documentation or in the 2nd volume of this book, available at the Web site.) Create a second class called Memory Checker that has a destructor that prints out the number of Widget pointers in your vector. Create a program with a single global instance of Memory Checker and in main ( ), dynamically allocate and destroy several objects and arrays of Widget. Show that Memory Checker reveals memory leaks.
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