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    Re: SIGSEGVs, missing parts of input

    What compiler do you use?
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    Re: SIGSEGVs, missing parts of input

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    What compiler do you use?
    GNU GCC compiler

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    Re: SIGSEGVs, missing parts of input

    Is it a bugs-free version?
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    Re: SIGSEGVs, missing parts of input

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    Is it a bugs-free version?
    not sure how to check if it's "bug-free", but I've never had any problems with it.
    Here's more info:
    gcc (tdm-1) 4.7.1 (year 2012)

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    Re: SIGSEGVs, missing parts of input

    Quote Originally Posted by Fides Facit Fortis View Post
    gcc (tdm-1) 4.7.1 (year 2012)
    There were some bugs in earlier gcc std implementations.
    About your version you could read https://gcc.gnu.org/gcc-4.7/
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    Re: SIGSEGVs, missing parts of input

    You must be corrupting memory somewhere (as I think VictorN is suggesting) since even your literal strings are not being outputted correctly.

    Example: Your code:
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    cout<<"This is the message to send: "<<message<<endl;
    Actual output:
    message to send: llo my name is George
    What happened to the "This is the" part of "This is the message to send"? Only the second part of your literal string (i.e.,"message to send") is being outputted.

    Perhaps you are stepping on memory in one of your other threads.

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