On Apr 2, 5:05 pm, Gerardo Santana Gez Garrido
<gerardo.sant... / gmail.com> wrote:
> When you notice that a program crashes at random locations, it's
> highly probable that it's a problem of memory corruption.
>
> This corruption may occur when you write beyond the limits of a
> variable (usually a buffer, hence "buffer overflow"). The problem may
> go unnoticed at run time, until the corruption reaches an unhandled
> condition or the intent to overwrite the program itself.
>
> --
> Gerardo Santana

Thanks for clarifying.  In this particular case the crashes weren't
really random...but I still think there were issues with pointers and
such.

Anyway, I appreciate the feedback.

Mike B.