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Dave Bryant24-Jun-03 14:34
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QuestionWhat's wrong with this code? Pin
Jonathan Gilligan24-Jun-03 12:38
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Dave Bryant24-Jun-03 12:43
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Jonathan Gilligan25-Jun-03 5:20
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Generalfopen Pin
cnd1200124-Jun-03 11:11
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Neville Franks24-Jun-03 11:44
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cnd1200125-Jun-03 22:08
cnd1200125-Jun-03 22:08 
Neville,

That's what I did: I placed a GetLastError right after the test on the pointer of the fopen() and the result is error code = 32, which on my system means: "impossible to access the file, file is used by another process."

In additon, I noticed that, if I wait for a while (in the deubugger), the file (the same file, with the name unchanged) becomes available again and the fopen succeeds. So this would be an easy wayout I only coud be sure that no major problem (like dangling pointers or the like) is threatening the correctenss of the application results.

Anyway, I am trying to figure out some possibilities:

1. Is it possible that some system processes or not-system processes (I am thinking at the Kazaa stuff which I once downloaded - now I deleted it but I notice that, when I connect to the internet, an icon "connected" in the Kazza style appears at the bottom of the screen).

2. The file was not closed properly at the last cycle and so it is still marked as "used". In this case should be seen as used bu the same process, not by another one.
Now I am going to check out the result of the second fclose() as you already suggested.

What do you think?

Alex

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Generalerror with creating a pointer to a struct Pin
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