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Ah, I was thinking that it was something along those lines. I can see now that overloading the subscript operator is only good in certain situations. This doesn't sound like a good approach since it would require different code to access the data behind an object pointer then behind a local variable. I'll just change the accessor to a function.
C++
T GetValueAt(int index)
{
if (index < 0 || index >= _length) 
   throw std::out_of_range("index"); 
return *_array[index];
}

This should work just fine for what I am trying to do.

This was informative, thank you.
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