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The reason for the different behvior is that you can only override the accessor [] for an instance or reference but not for a pointer. Using [] on a pointer is always interpreted as pointer + index by the compiler. So the compiler thinks you have an array of Array.

The usual syntax around this is
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printf("%d\n", (*iArrayB)[i]);

This makes clear that iArrayB isn't an array but a pointer to a single object, and that you want to call the operator for the object it points to.
The good thing about pessimism is, that you are always either right or pleasently surprised.

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