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- Senior Software Developer, developing telecom, GPS & eLORAN technology
- The STL is obsolete; you're using the C++ Standard Library.
- There's no such thing as "heap" or "stack" in the context in which you're trying to use it.
- "Hi" and "thanks" are for the RW, not SO
Stack Overflow is a Q&A archive, not a personal debugging helpdesk. Your question is expected to contribute to the knowledge of humanity by being useful for someone else at some later date. This means that when you say "I am using the latest GCC", or "I got the latest MinGW" or "In the latest Firefox", you are being imprecise for absolutely no valuable reason and are actually being harmful. Use version numbers! That's what they exist for.
Upvotes are not for "correcting" downvotes. It is not your job to take away somebody else's right to vote. Only upvote if you thought that it was a great question/answer, not because you disagreed with somebody else's downvote.
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