Killed

This is a discussion on Killed within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; I'm wondering what kind of error will result in linux issuing a 'killed' statement. For example, trying to access out ...

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    Killed

    I'm wondering what kind of error will result in linux issuing a 'killed' statement. For example, trying to access out of array bound will get a Segmentation Fault. I don't know what could make the OS give a 'Sigkill'
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    Generally if the process attempts to exceed any limitations the OS has impossed on it such as the amount of memory it can allocate.

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