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An attempt to compile an application that changes the definition of the "new" operator to DEBUG_NEW fails and the compiler generates the following message:
error C2061: syntax error : identifier 'p'
The statement "#define new DEBUG_NEW" precedes an IMPLEMENT_SERIAL or an IMPLEMENT_DYNACREATE macro call.
Modify the source code to place the DEBUG_NEW definition after all statements that call the IMPLEMENT_SERIAL or IMPLEMENT_DYNCREATE macros. For more information, see Chapter 15 of the Microsoft Visual C++ "Class Library User's Guide."
This behavior has changed for Visual C++ version 4.0. However, if you build an application that makes use of DEBUG_NEW with Visual C++ 4.0, and then attempt to build that application in Visual C++ version 2.x, you will need to move the #define DEBUG_NEW as discussed above.
Article ID: 95198 - Last Review: October 21, 2013 - Revision: 3.1