Used to allocate a new block of memory for the given type from the heap, and return a pointer to that block of memory. Allocating arrays can be done by providing the size of the array in square brackets.Syntax:
pointer = new type;
pointer = new type( initializer );
pointer = new type[size];Example:
using namespace std;
int a= new int;
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