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    Question Please help asap: Visual C++ Debugging Error

    Visual C++ 2010 Express
    -- (Frustrating) Debugging Error

    I am trying to do my project for class and I am getting a Debugging Error.
    I am attempting to obtain my Bachelor's but this error is troubling me, as I have
    never had it before. Google search brought me here.

    Error msg:
    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/651/unledsa.jpg/

    This is preventing me from getting my project done, as I cannot find where my errors are.

    My project is due tomorrow, and this error has been happening all day. D:
    My project is on
    "using pointers to access an array and find the minimum and maximum of the array ints."

    Can post my coding if you'd like to help with that as well.

    Thanks in advance,
    -Matt.

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    Re: Please help asap: Visual C++ Debugging Error

    Does the project compile without any errors?

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    Re: Please help asap: Visual C++ Debugging Error

    HI .. Cud u resolve the problem ?

    Was ur project submitted ..

    My method to find error is .. just use // or /* */ to disable some parts of the code and
    find exactly which routine is giving error ..
    U can get exactly error location and can resolve the same

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    Re: Please help asap: Visual C++ Debugging Error

    Quote Originally Posted by ManishaSantosh View Post
    HI .. Cud u resolve the problem ?

    Was ur project submitted ..

    My method to find error is .. just use // or /* */ to disable some parts of the code and
    find exactly which routine is giving error ..
    U can get exactly error location and can resolve the same
    Please use real words. Most of us are over 12 years old here.

    Did you even look at the error he showed? Your advice doesn't make sense in that context, and really isn't good advice in general.

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