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Why does my program sometimes returns 0xc0000005 and sometimes runs well?


Why does my program sometimes returns 0xc0000005 and sometimes runs well?

By : user2955609
Date : November 22 2020, 10:40 AM
I wish this help you can you tell me why this program sometimes returns 0xc0000005 (crash) and sometimes it runs well? I am beginner in C and have no idea what is wrong. I am using GNU GCC compiler and Code::Blocks. Thank you in advance. , You've created a typedef for a pointer
code :
typedef MEMBER *LINKED_LIST;
LINKED_LIST curr, head;
curr = (LINKED_LIST)malloc(sizeof(LINKED_LIST));
    curr->number = strtol(file_line, &str,10);


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How to abort or fail a Visual Studio build if a postbuild event runs a program that returns an error

How to abort or fail a Visual Studio build if a postbuild event runs a program that returns an error


By : feet
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue I just found this: article exit 1 means postbuild event fails
Process returned 0xC0000005 upon program end

Process returned 0xC0000005 upon program end


By : Panopticon
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue It appears that collisionWorld has longer lifetime duration than contactListener:
code :
ContactListener contactListener;
collisionWorld.SetContactListener(&contactListener);
collisionWorld.SetContactListener(0);
Crash with 0xC0000005 on my list-based program

Crash with 0xC0000005 on my list-based program


By : user3595515
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help 4 suggestions:
1) Regarding your comment: ... i tried to do as you said, but the program still doesn't work. it stops after printing all the elements... There needs to be an explicit method to exit the loop. Add a break; statement at the end of the while statement. (See example at bottom of post:
code :
while (ptr != NULL)
{
    if (ptr->next_ptr != NULL)
    {
        succ_ptr = ptr->next_ptr;
        if (ptr->value + 1 <= succ_ptr->value)
        {
             while (ptr->value + 1 < ptr->next_ptr->value)
             {
                pre_insert(&ptr->next_ptr, ptr->next_ptr->value-1);
             }
             ptr = ptr->next_ptr;
        }
        else if (ptr->value >= succ_ptr->value)
        {
            ptr->next_ptr = succ_ptr->next_ptr;
            V[k] = succ_ptr->value;
            free(succ_ptr);
            k++;
            (*count)++;
            ptr = ptr->next_ptr;
        }
    }
    else break;  //...Here...
}
What do I do when my program crashes with exception 0xc0000005 at address 0?

What do I do when my program crashes with exception 0xc0000005 at address 0?


By : anbarasan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help Exception code 0xc0000005 is an Access Violation. An AV at fault offset 0x00000000 means that something in your service's code is accessing a nil pointer. You will just have to debug the service while it is running to find out what it is accessing. If you cannot run it inside a debugger, then at least install a third-party exception logger framework, such as EurekaLog or MadExcept, to find out what your service was doing at the time of the AV.
Program crashes with 0xC0000005

Program crashes with 0xC0000005


By : splav
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do I been trying to run my code but always ends with the error code 0xC0000005
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