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Re: [vox-tech] C++ problem
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Re: [vox-tech] C++ problem

It did make it to me, but

a) I am out of town away from computers, and

b) without a working example I probably would not look at it very closely
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Sent from my phone. Please excuse my brevity.

Richard Harke <paleopenguin@gmail.com> wrote:

>My last post seems to have gotten lost so I'll try again.
>I'm working on a small C++ program. In one of the constructors I
>create an array with
>double * var = new double [size]   After use, before exiting the
>constructor I return the memory with delete [] var  But after return
>from the delete, several private class variables are written over.
>I have checked that these variables are correct just before the delete
>call and are modified right after. Does anyone have any idea what is
>going on?
>I'm running debian squeeze for amd64  with gcc 4.4.5 This morning I
>did an apt-get upgrade to be sure I had any recent fixes.
>Richard Harke
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