Dynamic memory problem

Posted on 16th Feb 2014 07:03 pm by admin


At the beginning of my code, I have this line:

Shape* gShape = 0;

As this is dynamic memory, I delete it at the end:
delete gShape;
gShape = 0;

This compiles fine and runs fine, but as soon as I close the program, I get a "not working anymore" window from the OS (you know which I mean; "send this to microsoft bleeeeh"). It only crashes this way when I actually use the Shape instance, so when I use gShape = new class(parameters);. If I don't use the instance (I keep it 0), it doesn't crash.

What am I doing wrong?

Thank you!

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