Posted by William D McQuain on October 31, 2001 at 07:38:13:
In Reply to: Wierd error posted by student on October 30, 2001 at 21:43:48:
: I'm currently getting the correct output for my program , but when I execute it I get 1 to 2 messages that pop up and say "error reading 0xdddddddddd"
That means you program has attempted to access a memory location it does not have the right to access. It IS a runtime error.
If a complete output file is being produced, then the error probably comes from passing a stream variable by value, or something like that.
or something similar. Im running win2k and my program never crashes or renames icons or anything, and even gives correct output- does anyone have any ideas on whats causing this?
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