Re: delete, hash_map

From: (Carl Barron)
Sat, 5 May 2007 07:18:22 CST
SimpleCode <> wrote:

class COsgCar;
class moving_vechicle;
hash_map<moving_vechicle*, COsgCar*> m_hash;

hash_map<moving_vechicle*, COsgCar*>::iterator iter;

iter = m_hash.find( pMovingVechicle );
if ( iter != m_hash.end() )
      COsgCar *p = m_hash[pMovingVechicle];
      delete p;
It always run error.
I don't know why.
I just test for some days.

   I don't know the inards of your hash_map but I might guees, that it
holds a pair<moving_vechicle *,COsqCar *> and it is deleting it twice.
Perhaps something like:

   iter = m_hash.find(pMovinfVechicle);
   if(iter != m_hash.end())
      moving_vechicle *pv = iter->first;
      COsqCar * pc = iter->second;
      delete pv;
      delete pc;

assuming that a pair<const key_type,mapped_type> & is what *iterator

if hash_map is old enough you might need (*iter)....
instead of iter->...

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