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When I was try connect with socket, Visual C++ SP6 giving
assertion error.
What is the solution?

Debug Assertion Failed!
Program:D:.................\BULKMAIL.EXE
File:strcore.cpp
Line:154

Abort Retry Ignore



sometimes
Line:53
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Is it possible that somewhere before place where you allocated memory for CString you have an object which memory was overwritten past allocated size and corrupted CString memory? In that case when Cstring is get destroyed or it value reassinged it crashes when attemps to release memory

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char pTest0 = "AAAAAAAAAA";
char* pTest1 = new char[4];
CString* pTest2 = new CString()
strcpy( pTest1, pTest0 );
delete pTest2;
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MFC has detected that you are writing a bulk mailing program and has stoped you from genreating more spam :-)

Actually, you must have been stuffing about with CString internals.

Without seeing the code it is almost impossible to know when this happened.  Also, setting a breakpoint won't help, as the damage has already been done.

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