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Code changes don't affect compile and debugger not working

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The strangest thing started happening to me today in
Visual Studio .NET 2003. I make changes to my code and
compile it, but none of my changes are in the compiled
program. The compiled program is stuck on a single
instance of my code (an instance that is not saved
anywhere). I add print lines....nothing. I change
constant values.....nothing. I cannot affect the
compiled program by changing my code. What could
possibly be going on here?

Another issue that may or may not be related, the
debugger no longer works for this project. I did in the
past, but now I get invalid pointers in random
functions. Most of the errors come from member functions
that access an array of the class. Even before the
program gets an exception from a place in code that
normally executes fine, all the values are incorrect.
Values don't usually change when they are set or
arithmetic is performed on them.

Chris
Jul 19 '05 #1
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"Chris" <ch******@ufl.edi> wrote in message
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The strangest thing started happening to me today in
Visual Studio .NET 2003. I make changes to my code and
compile it, but none of my changes are in the compiled
program. The compiled program is stuck on a single
instance of my code (an instance that is not saved
anywhere). I add print lines....nothing. I change
constant values.....nothing. I cannot affect the
compiled program by changing my code. What could
possibly be going on here?


Sounds like you have a subtle error in your code that is preventing it
actually compiling.
Double check the compiler messages.

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Iain Simpson
Jul 19 '05 #2

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