c++ float* array as reference to std::vector<float>

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I want to create a std::vector<float> vpd which will be a reference to float*.

float * old = new float[6]; for (int i = 0; i < 6; i++) {     old[i] = i; } vector<float> vpd(6); auto refasd = &*vpd.begin(); *refasd = *old; vpd[0] = 23; cout << old[0] << endl; 

How should I modify the code, if I want get 23 from cout?

 


You can't. std::vector is not designed to take ownership of a raw pointer.
Maybe you can make do with std::unique_ptr<float[]>, but the better solution is to directly use std::vector.

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