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Consider the following C++ function:

Consider the following C++ function: #include #include using namespace std; void Foo(int i) { vector *ptrToVector = new vector(i); if (i % 2 == 1) return; // do something useful delete ptrToVector; } Does function Foo cause a memory leak? If so, correct the problem. (You only need to show the part(s) being corrected.)

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