I'm receiving this error when I'm trying to run my program: Program received signal: “EXC_BAD_ACCESS”. Does anyone know what this means?

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Hi when I use ecclipse to run codes it shows many errors, and they are not errors at all I compiled them with command prompt and it work. this is the image [URL="http://i.imgur.com/az6Pg.jpg"]http://i.imgur.com/az6Pg.jpg[/URL] My java and javac version is 7 u 2

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I'm new to using vectors and some may see this as a trivial problem. If you have any suggestion on how I can improve the program, I welcome your input. code(with problem): [CODE] #ifndef CMONOPOLY_HPP #define CMONOPOLY_HPP #include <vector> #include "head.hpp" namespace CMonopoly { class CMonopoly { public: ~CMonopoly(); void PrintWelcome(); void SetUpPlayers(); void FillBoard(); private: void CreateSpecial(char a[]); void CreateSquare(char a[], const int SIZE); vector<CBoard *> Board; vector<CPlayers *> Players; }; } #endif [/CODE] Error message: 1>------ Build started: Project: MonopolyGame, Configuration: Debug Win32 ------ 1>Build started 23/02/2012 08:25:04. 1>InitializeBuildStatus: 1> Touching "Debug\MonopolyGame.unsuccessfulbuild". 1>ClCompile: 1> main.cpp 1>\\lha-003\pers-h\0005c42b\downloads\kzaman (1)\kzaman\monopolygame\cmonopoly.hpp(19): error …

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[URL="http://i.imgur.com/iwNHY.jpg"]http://i.imgur.com/iwNHY.jpg[/URL] i already set a path for jdk and etc, it worked before but now it doesnt work the code works on ecclipse so the code is correct but i have to learn how to compile using command prompt check out this image i get this same error i do not know why, is it because of my classpath or something doit(a batch file) is basically java -cp .;c:/cos210 edu.mccc.cos210.roach.RoachMotel

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The compiler keeps complaining it cannot understand one operator<< manipulator if it is in one order, but accepts it if it is in a different order or statement. But the error code is cryptic, it finds the correct function signature among candidates but gets lost in a string of parenthesized signatures that make little sense because it does not say exactly where it got lost. So, this code passes well: [CODE] HWND h = NULL; box << manipulator(h); [/CODE] This chain also passes well: [CODE] HWND h = NULL; char *XXX = ""; box << manipulator(h) << XXX; [/CODE] But …

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Hello, I'm working on a game, and for this game, I created a class. There is one object of this class for each player in the game: [CODE]class PlayerClass { public: PlayerClass(Nationality); // Constructor ~PlayerClass(); // Destructor sf::Sprite PlayerFeet; sf::Sprite Arms; sf::Sprite Body; sf::Sprite Head; int HitPoints; GameClass CurrentClass; }; PlayerClass::PlayerClass(Nationality natl) { PlayerFeet.SetImage(iFeet); HitPoints = 100; CurrentClass = SCOUT_SNIPER; if(natl == UK) { Arms.SetImage(iUK_Arms); Body.SetImage(iUK_Body); Head.SetImage(iUK_Head); } else { Arms.SetImage(iNZ_Arms); Body.SetImage(iNZ_Body); Head.SetImage(iNZ_Head); } } PlayerClass::~PlayerClass() { }[/CODE] That is in the Classes.cpp file. If you can't tell, I'm using SFML, hence the sf:: Sprite's (added a space so it …

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