Eljay Love-Jensen
Mon Oct 14 04:51:00 GMT 2002

Hi Josef,

 >> Declaring char a[15000000] gives me segmentation fault with g++ (on 
RedHat 7.1). Any suggestions?

Your stack isn't big enough.  Make your stack larger when you compile/run 
your program.

Alternatively, declare your char a[15000000] variable on the heap via 
"char* a = new char[15000000];", remember to manage the memory with a 
"delete[] a".  Better yet, use a "vector<char> a(15000000, '\0');", which 
will manage the memory for you.


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