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I have a strange problem. I wrote a mathematical software and it can be compiled successfully. But strange enough, when I execute the Debug version and the Release version of the executable file, the answers are different. Any idea what is going on?
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a)There might be some pointer problem. In release mode fo build there is a possibility that some stray pointer has a greater chance of pointing to uninitialized memory instead of pointing to debug information. Please check that all the pointers are assigned correctly and deleted correctly.
b)There might be a problem when the build was optimized. Try and build in release mode with optimizations and try the same with optimizations. You may find the difference



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VC5? If so, these errors are produced by the optimizer...
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