Confused with object arrays in C

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I have some Java knowledge and now I am learning C++. I am having troubles as expected but there's a problem.

Here, I am trying to create an array of object "Player" and fill it with values of one. But it gives me error

Player* players = new Player[1];
players[0] = new Player(playerWidth, playerHeight, 20, 1);

Error is something like "the operand "=" matches these operands. Operand types are: Player = Player *"

How do I fix it? Do I need to change my approach

Aug 11 in C++ by krishna
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