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Detected memory leaks!
Dumping objects ->
{21835} normal block at 0x00BDFDD0, 20 bytes long.
 Data: <L  M    P       > 4C 7F 83 4D F0 8E B6 00 50 AA CD CD D0 0A 96 08
{20995} normal block at 0x00BDBB30, 20 bytes long.
 Data: <L  M    P       > 4C 7F 83 4D F0 8E B6 00 50 AA CD CD 00 0C 96 08
{20967} normal block at 0x00BD9C90, 20 bytes long.
 Data: <L  M    P       > 4C 7F 83 4D F0 8E B6 00 50 AA CD CD B0 09 96 08
{1269} normal block at 0x00B6AD10, 68 bytes long.
 Data: <                > 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
Object dump complete.

here whats does {21835} means , and what does "normal block at" means ?? and
what kind of leak is this ?? i mean any cluse fro where it will be??

Thanks in advance
Saneesh

"Attitude is a little Thing that makes BIG difference"



Wed, 18 Dec 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
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Greets,

    The number {xxxxxx} denotes the request number assigned to the
particular request for memory.  If one were to create their own debug hook
(using _CrtSetAllocHook() for instance) the request number for a given
allocation request should match that of the leak that was detected.

    A normal block is a block of memory that is allocated from the heap.
This could be either through the use of the default 'new' operator (which
turns around and calls the CRT functions allocation functions) or through
the use of one of the allocation functions themselves.  There are other
types of blocks, for instance, MFC uses the debug hooks to display the names
of CObject derived classes when objects of those types are leaked.

    This typically means that one may be calling 'new' without a
corresponding 'delete' or, alternatively, a malloc() without a free().

Regards,

Joe


Quote:
> Detected memory leaks!
> Dumping objects ->
> {21835} normal block at 0x00BDFDD0, 20 bytes long.
>  Data: <L  M    P       > 4C 7F 83 4D F0 8E B6 00 50 AA CD CD D0 0A 96 08
> {20995} normal block at 0x00BDBB30, 20 bytes long.
>  Data: <L  M    P       > 4C 7F 83 4D F0 8E B6 00 50 AA CD CD 00 0C 96 08
> {20967} normal block at 0x00BD9C90, 20 bytes long.
>  Data: <L  M    P       > 4C 7F 83 4D F0 8E B6 00 50 AA CD CD B0 09 96 08
> {1269} normal block at 0x00B6AD10, 68 bytes long.
>  Data: <                > 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
> Object dump complete.

> here whats does {21835} means , and what does "normal block at" means ??
and
> what kind of leak is this ?? i mean any cluse fro where it will be??

> Thanks in advance
> Saneesh

> "Attitude is a little Thing that makes BIG difference"



Fri, 20 Dec 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
 Needs information..
Thank you Joe..


Quote:
> Greets,

>     The number {xxxxxx} denotes the request number assigned to the
> particular request for memory.  If one were to create their own debug hook
> (using _CrtSetAllocHook() for instance) the request number for a given
> allocation request should match that of the leak that was detected.

>     A normal block is a block of memory that is allocated from the heap.
> This could be either through the use of the default 'new' operator (which
> turns around and calls the CRT functions allocation functions) or through
> the use of one of the allocation functions themselves.  There are other
> types of blocks, for instance, MFC uses the debug hooks to display the
names
> of CObject derived classes when objects of those types are leaked.

>     This typically means that one may be calling 'new' without a
> corresponding 'delete' or, alternatively, a malloc() without a free().

> Regards,

> Joe



> > Detected memory leaks!
> > Dumping objects ->
> > {21835} normal block at 0x00BDFDD0, 20 bytes long.
> >  Data: <L  M    P       > 4C 7F 83 4D F0 8E B6 00 50 AA CD CD D0 0A 96
08
> > {20995} normal block at 0x00BDBB30, 20 bytes long.
> >  Data: <L  M    P       > 4C 7F 83 4D F0 8E B6 00 50 AA CD CD 00 0C 96
08
> > {20967} normal block at 0x00BD9C90, 20 bytes long.
> >  Data: <L  M    P       > 4C 7F 83 4D F0 8E B6 00 50 AA CD CD B0 09 96
08
> > {1269} normal block at 0x00B6AD10, 68 bytes long.
> >  Data: <                > 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00
> > Object dump complete.

> > here whats does {21835} means , and what does "normal block at" means ??
> and
> > what kind of leak is this ?? i mean any cluse fro where it will be??

> > Thanks in advance
> > Saneesh

> > "Attitude is a little Thing that makes BIG difference"



Fri, 20 Dec 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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