Re: delete, hash_map

pmouse <>
6 May 2007 00:34:29 -0700
On May 5, 5:03 am, SimpleCode <> wrote:

Well, either the object has already been deleted,
or its destructor does an illegal operation (e.g.
maybe a recursion problem?).
It is impossible to tell from the code you've posted.

My code:
#include <hash_map>
stdext::hash_map<moving_vehicle*, COsgCar*> g_hash; //global
typedef pair<moving_vehicle*, COsgCar*> Ptr_Pair;

void COsgView::setRootChild(float x, float y, float z, float angle,
int type, moving_vehicle* pMovingVehicle)
                /**** new, only hear ****/
        COsgCar * osgcar = new COsgCar(x, y, z, angle, type);
                g_hash.insert(Ptr_Pair(pMovingVehicle, osgcar));


vehicle_node* car_list::delete_car(vehicle_node *k)
        stdext::hash_map<moving_vehicle*, COsgCar*>::iterator hash_Iter;
        hash_Iter = g_hash.find(k->vehicle_p);
        if (hash_Iter != g_hash.end())
                COsgCar *p = g_hash[k->vehicle_p];
                delete p; /**** If I comment, there is no problem ***/
                                p = NULL;


A puzzle.
Regards Lung

what exactly is the error message? A double free exception? a memory
corrupted exception? What is the destructor of COsgCar look like?



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