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This application has several pointers to be deleted in the destructor. Each is logged when created and again when deleted to reduce the possibility of an undetected memory leak. As there are several, a function is needed to do the deletes. The goal is to avoid writing all that logging code multiple times. Below is the concept. The first time it was tried the subject was an instance of a class with its own destructor. A breakpoint was placed in that destructor.
Void Delete_Stuff( WCHAR * name, void * item )
{
If( item != NULL )
{
   Write_Log_Entry( L"Preparing to delete <name> at address <*item>"); // please see note
   delete ( item );  // does not call the destructor
   delete ( *item );  // illegal indirection
   }
}

EDIT: I wrote the text up in MS word and did not notice that the leading character of "delete" had been capitalized. Apologies for that.

Note: An swprintf_s(…) is used to build the string and the named function does the logging. Please accept the gross simplification used to make the main point obvious.
The destructor for the object is not called. I have tried a few combinations including * *. I managed to corrupt the heap at least once. Can this be fixed and work as desired or must each item be deleted one at a time without using the Delete_Stuff( … ) function.
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