Re: EXE terminates automatically.
There are lots of reasons your program could terminate automatically.
Unhandled exceptions, someone calling exit() in a subroutine, etc.
If you compile in debug mode you'll get more information about both the
termination (if it's an unhandled exception) or memory leaks (in the output
"Durga" <Durga@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
I have developed one application with support of "Win32 console
application and MFC". I used sockets(OpenSSL), threads (are created using
It works fine for some connections.
But my application is terminating automatically. I couldn't simulate
What may be the problem?
How do I find memory leaks? Any freewares available in the net?
Please suggest me if available.
In which scenarios, exe applications terminates automatically?
Please give me your ideas.
I tried to find memory leaks using below code snippet. But I didnt get
It is giving always memory leaks.
CMemoryState oldMemState, newMemState, diffMemState;
if( diffMemState.Difference( oldMemState, newMemState ) )
//TRACE( "Memory leaked!\n" );
AfxMessageBox(" Memory leaked!\n");
Are there any limitations with sockets? I am load balance also.
My application terminates automatically. why?
sometimes it is giving, "Abnormal program termination" dialog box.
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