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#ActualKuxe

Posted 13 October 2012 - 07:26 PM

Just have to point this out: Code 3 means SIGSEGV. SIGSEGVs are Segmentation Faults. They usually occurs when:
  • dereferencing NULL pointers,
  • attempting to access memory the program does not have rights to (such as kernel structures in process context)
  • attempting to access a nonexistent memory address (outside process's address space)
  • attempting to write read-only memory (such as code segment),
  • a buffer overflow,
  • using uninitialized pointers.
This might help you figure out Code 3 problems later on!

(list copied from wiki)

#1Kuxe

Posted 13 October 2012 - 07:19 PM

Just have to point this out: Code 3 means SIGSEGV. SIGSEGVs usually occurs when calling a function on an deallocated object. It might help you figure out Code 3 problems later on!

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