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TBB memory leaks even when entire program is commented out

Hi. I encountered TBB memory leaks in my program, so decided to try out a smaller program to check:

Tried this:
#include "tbb/parallel_for_each.h"
#include "tbb/task_scheduler_init.h"
#include <iostream>
#include <vector>

struct mytask {
mytask(size_t n)
:_n(n)
{}
void operator()() {
for (int i=0;i<1000000;++i) {} // Deliberately run slow
std::cerr << "[" << _n << "]";
}
size_t _n;
};

Diagnostic 15355: "function was not vectorized: subscript too complex"

Diagnostic message "function was not vectorized: subscript too complex" should not be emitted in the officially supported versions of the  Intel(R) C++ Compiler 15.X and the current 16.X respectively.

NOTE:
Substantial improvements have been made to the memory reference analysis. If you encounter the above diagnostic please file an   issue in the Intel(R) Premier Support at https://premier.intel.com

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    Diagnostic message "function was not vectorized: dereference too complex"  should not be emitted in the officially supported versions of the  Intel(R) C++ Compiler 15.X and the current 16.X respectively.

    NOTE:
    Substantial improvements have been made to the memory reference analysis. If you encounter the above diagnostic please file an issue in the Intel(R) Premier Support at https://premier.intel.com

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