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	stringstream stream("Hello, Tess!");
	queue Q;
	string word;
	stream >> word;
	Q.push(word);
	stream >> word
	Q.push(word);
 
When I wrote this in my current project, everything bizzarely compiled. When I ran the program, obviously, it crashed ("Segmentaion Fault, SDL parachute deployed"). I toyed with the class a bit, removing a call to SDL_LoadBMP(). Oddly enough, this did allow the program to run intermittently. By the second compile, the same behavior set in again. Removing the above code, the class settled down and is running well again. I then moved it to main.cpp and tried to compile it again; errors, errors, errors. So, here''s my question: Was the above code actually the source of my troubles the entire time? Or is there some odd, memory overwriting at hand? -Solstice deninet.com aeris.deninet.com "...I was given three choices, the earth, the stars, or..."

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