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Subject: Re: I think I found a bug or something...
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The way the function was called....

ErrExpected("test", "test");

That's what I passed.  The interesting thing was that when I added another %s to the
end of the format line, it gave the last argument that was supposed to have been
printed.

Cheers,

leroy.


Clemens Valens wrote:

> Errors like this are almost always due to memory problems
> and non-terminated strings. Are you sure all your strings
> are zero-terminated?
>
> Clemens
>
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