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urgent: block is 0 bytes after  52428801 alloc'd

Posted on 2008-10-15
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hi,

i am getting this error with valgrind:Address 0x1EC1C029 is 0 bytes after a block of size 52428801 alloc'd

the way i allocate memory for a buffer that is being read from file like this:

 buffer=calloc(len , sizeof(char));




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This is not an error ... It means that you have allocated 52428801 starting from address 0x1EC1C029
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