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Questiona "new" operator failed Pin
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Yeah, of course I thought about it, but was not able to detect where this sorrowful situation took place. Usually when I wrote something outside of allocated memory block, I got a message when "delete" operator was called, but not now. I tried to check surrounding memory, allocated larger then I needed block, wrote canary words before and after memory that I used and found that these canary words remained intact.
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Questionhow to batch build VC++ 6 project to VC++ 2010? Pin
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