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Q: When I am debugging my application
A: Nothing, if you are debugging your application with a high level debugger.
High level debuggers often call Memory Manager routines while stepping through your code.
When a Memory Manager routine is called, it sets
The solution to this problem is often just to not step over Memory Manager calls and
the call to
The other option is to use a low level debugger such as MacsBug to debug your memory allocation problems.
As a general rule your application should check the value of the handle or pointer
[Sep 12 1997]