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QuestionWhich contains what?? Pls help Pin
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The only pointer in my class is double* val that is a double array that stores all my matrix items.

Destructor only executes delete [] val and sets the pointer to NULL on exit.
No other pointers are set during the constructor.

The thing is that I'm not getting an error anywhere that i can see when I step through with the debugger. Everything executes perfectly if I put a breakpoint on the exit bracket of my destroy() method (Destructor calls this method, I implemented this way so I can log every call to my destroy method even if called from inside the class like in the assign operator where I have to delete *val before reassigning.) Once I hit the breakpoint and I press continue and the only thing it should do is step out of the Destroy() method and return to the the Test app I get the error. I dont know what's going on at all.

1. Only pointer in my class is private member double *val;
2. Only pointer used in constructor is *val that is set with a new double[whatever];
3. Destructor calls private method destroy() where I delete [] val and log to the console that the destructor was called.

You can see the initMatrix method in my first post, but just for clarification, I'll show the involved methods here:

<rep>
<br />
void FMatrix::initMatrix(unsigned int r,unsigned int c, bool initValues)<br />
{<br />
	rw=r;<br />
	cl=c;<br />
	val=new double[rw*cl];<br />
<br />
#ifdef _DEBUG<br />
	cout <<"++ Matrix created." << endl;<br />
#endif<br />
<br />
	if (initValues)<br />
	{<br />
		for (int i=0;i<rw;i++)<br />
		{<br />
			for (int j=0;j<cl;j++)<br />
				*(val+i*cl+j)=0;<br />
		}<br />
	}<br />
}<br />
<br />
FMatrix::FMatrix(unsigned int dim)<br />
{<br />
	initMatrix(dim,dim,true);<br />
}<br />
<br />
FMatrix::~FMatrix()<br />
{<br />
	destroy();<br />
}<br />
<br />
void FMatrix::destroy()<br />
{<br />
	delete[] val;<br />
	val=NULL;<br />
#ifdef _DEBUG<br />
	cout << "-- Matrix destroyed." << endl;<br />
#endif<br />
}<br />

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QuestionSql String Connection Error Pin
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