Re: ITERATOR LIST CORRUPTED error
I've migrated from VS2003 to VS2005. The followign code does not work
anymore -it shows assertion. Here is the test program:
int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv)
stdext::hash_map<DWORD_PTR, int> map;
map = 1; map = 2; map = 3;
stdext::hash_map<DWORD_PTR, int>::iterator itr =
map.erase(itr); // assertion here
The program works well (Debug configuation) until I turn on Full
Optimization (/0x) compiler option. In this case I receive assertion:
ITERATOR LIST CORRUPTED.
If I turn off optimization - there is no assertion.
What is the problem ?
I can repro your problem by setting /Ox on the debug build (and
changing the /RTC1 and /ZI options).
I suggest that you submit a bug report containing your repro project
to MS here:
Post back a link to your bug report and I'll validate it.
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