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floating point exception

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Hi,
I am trying to port a windows application in linux. It crashes at a
function call reporting the following output:
floating point exception

The function accept as parameters some function pointers, some numeric
values and some objects passed by reference.

A debugging print at the very beginning of the function is not executed.
Where is the error?

Because of the parameter passing by reference, I expected no copy
constructor is invoked, or not?

Thank in advance

Jul 19 '05 #1
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Mappopo wrote:
Hi,
I am trying to port a windows application in linux. It crashes at a
function call reporting the following output:
floating point exception

The function accept as parameters some function pointers, some numeric
values and some objects passed by reference.

A debugging print at the very beginning of the function is not executed.
Where is the error?


On line 42.
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Jul 19 '05 #2

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