Dynamic Memory in Windows

(edit: ignore this post, it was user error)
I'm having trouble using vectors and "new" in my ebook reader program. I'm assuming at this point that they aren't supported in a windows program.

So if I'm right about that, then what should I look into next? Say my largest text file would be 4mb. Should I be using calloc, malloc, or heapalloc?
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If your compiling c++ you can use vectors and new. Can you describe the issue you are having and code that reproduces it and any errors that you get.
Huh, I tried rewriting the program from scratch because it was too long for a post, and now my vector is working fine, I'm not sure what the problem was now, but it seams to have been fixed. Um, sorry for wasting your time...
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