Re: EnterCriticalSection() is corrupting my heap

"Arsalan Ahmad" <>
Fri, 26 May 2006 12:54:51 +0200
Why I dont need copy constructor is because of the fact that I am passing
pointer to CRITICAL_SECTION object and not the object itself;

     m_pCS = pCS; // CRITICAL_SECTION *m_pCS

"Doug Harrison [MVP]" <> wrote in message

On Thu, 25 May 2006 03:13:31 GMT, Norman Bullen
<> wrote:

Does your class have a copy constructor?

If it does, how does it initialize the critical section in the new object?

If it does not, how do you know that a default copy constructor has not
been generated? Add a _private_ copy constructor without any
implementation to the class declaration to prevent inadvertent use of a
generated copy constructor.

This is very good advice. The default should be to not support copying,
unfortunately, you have to enforce this yourself. Unless I consciously
decide a class should support copying, I start it off like this:

class X

  // Copyguard
  X(const X&);
  void operator=(const X&);

Doug Harrison
Visual C++ MVP

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