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For one, I've designed it to create heap copies of everything that gets added. This way it can handle both primitive data types and objects and be able to delete them. My first attempt at this used this approach but I ran into problems when trying to handle objects created on the heap. You can't delete primitives and if you don't delete heap objects, it leaks memory. By making it create all of its data on the heap no matter what get's passed in, I can avoid this problem.

Edit: I got the T** _array; idea from my practice attempts with the DirectX SDK. I saw it use this approach all over the place.
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