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Firs-chance exception error

tiborkibedi
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Could anybody explain me what is the cause of the following error message displayed on a po-up window in the MS Visual Studio during executing a program:

"First-chance exception in MyProg.exe: 0xC000008C: Array Bounds Exceeded"

A closer look at the point, where the execution stops, I belive no array bound exceeded. Could it bee, there is some other problem in the program?

How can I search this forum for the string "firs-chance"? It appears to me, the search engine will return all hits for first and chance. Is there an advanced search tool?
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Steven_L_Intel1
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Searching for "first-chance exception" won't tell you anything useful. That's simply a way of saying that the error was handled by a regular exception handler.

The array bounds violation is the real error, and it's extremely unlikely that it is unwarranted. Look also for a character string reference outside the declared string length.

Steve
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