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    Where do you create FoodLists?

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    I dont know what you mean!
    I have 2 header files, each contain classes.
    ones Nutricalc and ones Foodlists.

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    Here is almost all of the project.
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Right, I mean where is there a FoodLists variable being instantiated?
    Somewhere in the code, I suspect you have something like this:
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    FoodLists list;
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    FoodLists *list = new FoodLists;
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    Which of those files contain your main()?

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    FoodData contains main()
    thats almost the whole program minus 2 files for validation.
    I need to get some sleep, i will check back in the morning.
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    So, the destructor for FoodLists should be called when you exit main(). If it's not, either your debugger or compiler are broken.

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