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Old 24-Oct-2009, 09:51
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Corrupted stack pointer

I have a thread A in my code. Even though the stack is not full, I sometimes see that I have an invalid value of the stack pointer (the stack pointer value is outside the stack size range for that thread) and see a stack overflow error. Any tips on what are the possible ways this could happen? and how I could possibly debug this?
Old 28-Oct-2009, 07:57
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Re: Corrupted stack pointer

sorry so late... While YOU know what you're talking about, we would really need more information for US to know, so
State what OS and compiler you are using.
Post you code.
Post the commands you use to compile and run the program along with the output
...and maybe someone can try it and give you some meaningful answers.

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