Thread: Access Violation / Seg Fault

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    I just wanted to mention that I like the idea of the debug info being output to a file but
    with that I was getting nothing until I put some endl 's in there to flush it to file before the segfaults.
    Now things like this show up and are very helpful:
    fout << "12 " << "mortals->next->next= " << mortals->next->next << endl;
    interesting thread , thanks
    Last edited by HowardL; 09-06-2008 at 10:17 AM.

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    FWIW: endl is equivalent to printing a newline and then calling fout.flush(). So if for some reason you want to flush the output without printing a newline, well, now you know how.

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