Re: Extraction Crash

From: Edward Glamkowski (EGlamkowski@MATHEMATICA-MPR.COM)
Date: 10/20/97

>>> > 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. :(

There was quite a bit of discussion a long time ago
about using <struct>->next in loop conditions.
If I remember correctly, it could all be summarized with:
don't do it.

Do something instead like:
while (temp && next_temp && (next_temp != obj)) {
    next_temp = temp->next;

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