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Visual Studio 'Garbage' marker

I don't use VS, so maybe I'm wrong, but..

I've a feeling that (in debug mode?) it uses a specific hex value to mark bytes as garbage, so it can spot illegal memory access... If that's true, could someone remind me what that value is, please..

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andrewjbAuthor Commented:
Ooops. Sorry.

I'm sure I've seen another fill-byte/word used, but 0xdd is certainly one answer! Thanks, SteH

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