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Questionmaking a unsigned char array gives a buffer overrun error Pin
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Chuck O'Toole6-Nov-11 18:13
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Well, your stack is only so big and if you are declaring stack based (local variable) arrays of that size, it's no wonder you got a stack overflow. And while it is possible to enlarge the stack (Project Properties, Stack Size[^]), I wouldn't recommend that.

Instead, you should use new or malloc to dynamically create the array from the larger "heap" pool. You can look up those functions on MSDN if you are unfamiliar with them.

(PS, if you new something, remember to delete it when you are done with it, otherwize you will have a memory leak and eventually you will not be able to repeat the dynamic allocation. If you use malloc instead, you will need to use free to return the memory to the pool.)
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