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Questionwhat I am doing regarding Heap corruption Pin
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Since many have been so kind as to help me out i will spell out exactly what I am doing

The Windows Program is a client to Z/os Mainframe program. I download a file (variable blocked) the output of a MainFrame Assembler program listing. This on the mainframe is called a sysadata file.

The Windows exe calls the dll to basically convert the binary representation of the listing into readable format

The routine I having the exception in is a subroutine called by another routine in the DLL The file i/o is done in the DLL.

I think I am going to take out all the storage allocation out of the DLL is just causing me all sorts of problems the structure I'll pass from the exe to the dll will

have the maximum amount of storage I need I do a number of STL objects such as maps in the DLL basically a number of map objects I have already generated them I hoping that when

the exe needs the information from the DLL I dont have issues referencing them
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