Can anyone tell me why setprecision is causing this error at runtime:
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::bad_alloc'
The program ran fine; after I added << setprecision(2) << to a series of output, I received the error when trying to run the program. I have included iomanip and the program will run fine if I remove the setprecision manipulator. Thanks for any help.
Here is the snippet of code where I'm trying to use setprecision, avgWait is a float variable:
//Calculate average waiting time, //.005 added to round to nearest hundreth of a time unit avgWait = ((float)totalWait/totCust) + .005; cout<< endl << "The simulation ran for " << sTime << " time units" << endl << "Number of servers: " << numServers << endl << "Average transaction time: " << tTime << endl << "Average time between customer arrivals: " << tbArrival << endl << "Total waiting time: " << totalWait << endl << "Number of customers that completed a transaction: " << servedCust << endl << "Number of customers left at servers: " << servers.getNumberOfBusyServers() << endl << "Number of customers left in the queue: " << customers.size() << endl << "Average waiting time: " << fixed << setprecision(2) << avgWait << endl << "***************END SIMULATION***************" << endl;
Edited 6 Years Ago by bgx90: n/a