Okay - Now I am beginning to get a bit frustrated. I have a project that
builds perfectly and I just want to duplicate it so I create a new project
with the new name that I want to call it. When It shows me the empty space
to start editing my file I select everything there and delete it. I then
paste into this .cpp file the precise same file from the original .cpp file
that I am trying to start with. I build the file. It compiles without error.
Now I go to debug the file. Where it runs perfectly before it now produces
an error that looks like this:
Microsoft Visual C++ Debug Library [x]
(X) Debug Assertion Failed!
For information on how your program can cause an assertion
failure, see the visual C++ documentation on asserts.
(press Retry to debug the application)
[ Abort ] [ Retry ] [ Ignore ]
(By the way, I don't have any line 100 in my .cpp file. The compiler
must be bringing in fseek.c as i do use fseek in my code.)
I have run a CRC and Checksum on the two versions and there is no
difference between the two .cpp files - they are identical.
What in the dickens could be wrong here since the files where made
in an identical way with identical code?
I an STUMPPED. I am trying to hold back tears! PLEASE HELP!!!