I'm new to C++ and i've got a basic project i've made up, just to play around with templates. It consists of the following classes:
- enumerable (used much like IEnumerable in .NEt Framework code)
- list<Type> [inherits from enumerable] (provides basic add & remove alongside initial sizes)
- keyValuePair<KeyType, ValueType> (is a simple struct with 2 properties - key and value...
- dictionary<KeyType, ValueType> [inherits from list] (is a list, which uses keyValuePair
No error appears to occur until the end of my program exection. At this point the program simply hangs while executing my final instruction:
delete  pDict;
My program currently does something no more complex than adding a few initial items to a dictionary, retrieving a list object filled with keys and then cleaning up... So I pause the debugger, it warns me:
The process appears to be deadlocked (or is not running any user-mode code). All threads have been stopped.
and it then points me to:
dbgrpt.c (line 360 - 363):
<br /> nCode = __crtMessageBox(szOutMessage,<br /> _T("Microsoft Visual C++ Debug Library"),<br /> MB_TASKMODAL|MB_ICONHAND|MB_ABORTRETRYIGNORE|MB_SETFOREGROUND);
and points out that the line containing _T("Mi... is where the error occured. As far as i can understand, this portion of the "dbgprt.c" file displays an assertion failed error message. In case that helps any:
szOutMessage = "Debug Assertion Failed!<br /> Program: ...iversity for the West of Scotland\Samples\Debug\Templates.exe<br /> File: f:\dd\vctools\crt_bld\self_x86\crt\src\dbgdel.cppLine: 52<br /> Expression: _BLOCK_TYPE_IS_VALID(pHead->nBlockUse)<br /> For information on how your program can cause an assertion<br /> failure, see the Visual C++ documentation on asserts.<br /> (Press Retry to debug the application)";
I then proceded to search MSDN documentation and found nothing specific to help me... Unfortunately searches of this forum didn't help me get any further so here is my question:
Where should I look? and what should I be looking for as possible sources of the error?
I've checked for un-initialised variables, memory leaks, and ensured (i think) all functions that return a value have a variable to be copied into so as to clean the stack... and so far all seems fine.
Thankyou for reading.