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    What are these?

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    {184} normal block at 0x027B6DC0, 1 bytes long.
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    {183} normal block at 0x027B6D78, 8 bytes long.
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    {182} normal block at 0x027B6D30, 8 bytes long.
    Data: < l{ > A4 6C 7B 02 00 00 00 00
    {181} normal block at 0x027B6C80, 112 bytes long.
    Data: < m{ 8q3 n{ > C0 6D 7B 02 01 00 00 00 38 71 33 09 00 6E 7B 02
    {180} normal block at 0x027B6C38, 6 bytes long.
    Data: <Box02 > 42 6F 78 30 32 00
    {179} normal block at 0x027B6B68, 144 bytes long.
    Data: <8l{ ? > 38 6C 7B 02 00 00 80 3F 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
    {178} normal block at 0x027B6AE8, 68 bytes long.
    Data: < ? ? ? ?> 92 96 16 3F 92 96 16 3F 92 96 16 3F 00 00 80 3F
    {177} normal block at 0x027B6A18, 144 bytes long.
    Data: < > 05 00 00 00 07 00 00 00 01 00 00 00 09 00 00 00
    {176} normal block at 0x027B6990, 72 bytes long.
    Data: < ? ? ? ?> 92 96 16 3F 92 96 16 3F 92 96 16 3F 00 00 80 3F
    {175} normal block at 0x027B6950, 1 bytes long.
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    {174} normal block at 0x027B6908, 8 bytes long.
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    {173} normal block at 0x027B68C0, 8 bytes long.
    Data: <4h{ > 34 68 7B 02 00 00 00 00
    {172} normal block at 0x027B6810, 112 bytes long.
    Data: <Pi{ (T3 i{ > 50 69 7B 02 01 00 00 00 28 54 33 09 90 69 7B 02
    {171} normal block at 0x027B67C8, 7 bytes long.
    Data: <Ground > 47 72 6F 75 6E 64 00
    {170} normal block at 0x027B66F8, 144 bytes long.
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    {169} normal block at 0x027B66B0, 10 bytes long.
    Data: <Warehouse > 57 61 72 65 68 6F 75 73 65 00
    {168} normal block at 0x027B65E0, 144 bytes long.
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    {166} normal block at 0x027B6338, 21 bytes long.
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    {163} normal block at 0x027B6200, 84 bytes long.
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    {162} normal block at 0x027B61B8, 8 bytes long.
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    {161} normal block at 0x027B6050, 296 bytes long.
    Data: < <$ > CC 3C 24 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
    Object dump complete.
    No memory leaks detected. <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< Dumped but no leaks
    I am using Visual Leak Detector
    Thanks
    Jack

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    Re: What are these?

    I guess it is a report from Visual Leak Detector. Why don't you want to look at its documentation?
    And is there some reason to use it? Or you just don't trust the Microsoft memory leak detection implemented in IDE debugger?
    Victor Nijegorodov

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    Re: What are these?

    Is it normal or abnormal? I mean are there leaks or not?
    Thanks

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    Re: What are these?

    I don't know because I never used Visual Leak Detector.
    I trust the Microsoft debugger...

    What was a reason for you to use Visual Leak Detector?
    And why don't you want to read its documentation?
    Victor Nijegorodov

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    Re: What are these?

    Quote Originally Posted by lucky6969b View Post
    Is it normal or abnormal? I mean are there leaks or not?
    Thanks
    Looks like memory leaks to me...

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    Re: What are these?

    Quote Originally Posted by Skizmo View Post
    Looks like memory leaks to me...
    Then what does it mean:
    Object dump complete.
    No memory leaks detected. <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< Dumped but no leaks
    Victor Nijegorodov

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    Re: What are these?

    Then what does it mean:
    On the other hand, why are they dumped ?

    Also, the rest of the traces are exactly the same as a memory leak report from the visual studio.

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    Re: What are these?

    Once I used this debugger. I think it was 100 years ago! This report suggests that it is necessary to check if all objects are correctly removed. There may be some discrepancies. In any case there are errors!May be hardcode?
    VictorN, as for me, I believe deleaker)))

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    Re: What are these?

    Dear! This is a normal report of this tool. If you read the documentation - all will become clear.

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