TRUE. However, you can look through this file to get an idea of how to implement the global operators
MEM_DEBUGoption is used.
The debugging utility counts the number of references to newly created and deleted objects. At any point, users can see how many memory objects have been deleted. In addition, Mem keeps a list of the places, the file, and the line, where the memory was allocated. When users finish running the program, they can print this list.
void * operator new(size_t sz, char* file, int line);
void operator delete(void *p);
stdoutthe list of all objects for which memory has been allocated and not yet deallocated. Each object is designated by file and line number.