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How do I troubeshoot my program when it compiles, starts to run, then I get a GPF and have to kick out???

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just build it don't run it.
this will give you a list of errors
if you have fixed all those and it still does it
in MSVC++ you can run till cursor
do that near the begginning see if it crashes
you could also step through till it hangs


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I think I got it taken care of...

One more question: What is a GPF?

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general protection fault

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are you going to give it to me?
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