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From: wtanksle AT dolphin DOT openprojects DOT net (William Tanksley)
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Subject: Re: Function Stack
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Date: Wed, 07 Jul 1999 23:02:53 GMT
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On Wed, 07 Jul 1999 13:33:51 -0700, Ardy Falls wrote:
>   How much stack can be allocated for a function? I have a function
>that (overflows the stack I guess) and when I try to accsess some of the
>varibals (such as a=b) it writes into other functions memory and writes
>to the global varibals. why? and how to fix this bug.

It sounds to me like your function is referencing some pointers, or going
past the end of an array.  Can you reduce the bug to a minimal form and
post it here?

>    thanks,
>        Ardy

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