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Fcssrnm01 commented on: Frequent "Segmentation Violation" raised signals with no apparent reason

Sorry, it probably does not appear in the script because I saved it before allocating it manually in the test case parameters window.

new comment January 18, 2019

Craig Pedersen commented on: loop "for" for 0x1000 times

Hello Hatasra,

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hatasra commented on: loop "for" for 0x1000 times

Hi Jason, Its type is uint16

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jason masters commented on: loop "for" for 0x1000 times

Hi Hatasra, What type is i? If it is an unsigned char it will always be less than 0x1000 so will loop forever. Jason

new comment January 18, 2019

Craig Pedersen commented on: Frequent "Segmentation Violation" raised signals with no apparent reason

I understand that Value is a pointer, but I did not see it allocated in your script.  Maybe you didn't include all of the script?  I see where "filtered" is set to 0, but I don't see where Value is

new comment January 18, 2019

Fcssrnm01 commented on: Frequent "Segmentation Violation" raised signals with no apparent reason

Sorry, it probably does not appear in the script because I saved it before allocating it manually in the test case parameters window.

new comment January 18, 2019

Craig Pedersen commented on: loop "for" for 0x1000 times

Hello Hatasra,

new comment January 18, 2019

hatasra commented on: loop "for" for 0x1000 times

Hi Jason, Its type is uint16

new comment January 18, 2019

jason masters commented on: loop "for" for 0x1000 times

Hi Hatasra, What type is i? If it is an unsigned char it will always be less than 0x1000 so will loop forever. Jason

new comment January 18, 2019

Craig Pedersen commented on: Frequent "Segmentation Violation" raised signals with no apparent reason

I understand that Value is a pointer, but I did not see it allocated in your script.  Maybe you didn't include all of the script?  I see where "filtered" is set to 0, but I don't see where Value is

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