Re: Extraction Crash

From: Davies, Nathan (DaviesN@AECL.CA)
Date: 10/20/97

Good point, if p temp worx and p->next doesn't, maybe will...

how is temp declared, temp, or *temp...

>Nathan Davies,
>since it IS a valid pointer to a memory address, you just are attempting to
>access it the wrong way.
>try doing a
>p *temp and send me (private mail)
>the output you get.
>you didn't do that. (it says its an obj_data ptr, but that's what its CAST
>i'm thinking you may be attempting an extract_obj() on a mob or character or
>something of the sort.
>Akuma the Raging Coder
>>> > Well, the best I can offer is that you do not test for
>>> > the null condition of temp->next.  Thus you are probably
>>> > seg faulting here. Try:
>>> >  while (temp && temp->next && (temp->next != obj))
>>> >
>>> > Not sure this is it, but its a good idea to always check
>>> > for the NULL condition anyway.
>>I tried that as well. As soon as I try to access temp->next in ANY form,
>>the crash hits with a seg fault. :(
>>John Evans <>
>>May the source be with you.

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