Re: Another debugger question
JoeC <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
What does this mean and how can I use it to track down a bug?
The below is the operator delete function. If one if its asserts is
firing, probably either you are trying to delete something that wasn't
newed, or you are trying to delete something twice.
*void operator delete() - delete a block in the debug heap
* Deletes any type of block.
* void *pUserData - pointer to a (user portion) of memory block
* debug heap
*dbgnew.cpp - defines C++ scalar delete routine, debug version
void operator delete(
_CrtMemBlockHeader * pHead;
RTCCALLBACK(_RTC_Free_hook, (pUserData, 0));
if (pUserData == NULL)
_mlock(_HEAP_LOCK); /* block other threads */
/* get a pointer to memory block header */
pHead = pHdr(pUserData);
/* verify block type */
_free_dbg( pUserData, pHead->nBlockUse );
_munlock(_HEAP_LOCK); /* release other threads */
#endif /* _DEBUG */
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