Why do I get a SIGABRT?

Why is my program causing SIGABRT error?

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SIGABRT errors are caused by your program aborting due to a fatal error. In C++, this is normally due to an assert statement in C++ not returning true, but some STL elements can generate this if they try to store too much memory.

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Why do i get SIGABART here?

scanf( “%d”, &*( hill + i ) );
This line is wrong in your source code. You are deferencing then asking for address, you should write either (hill+i) or &hill[i]. No need for * operator.

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Why do i get SIGABART here?

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why do i get SIGABART here ? the code works really fine when executed on other C IDEs.

https://www.codechef.com/viewsolution/11454050 why d i get sigabrt error ?

https://www.codechef.com/viewsolution/12914859 Why SIGABRT error here? It works fine on GeeksforGeeks IDE.

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@msinojia

int* ans = new int[t]; should be written after cin>>t;

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why do i get SIGABRT here?? https://www.codechef.com/viewsolution/24406520

scanf("%d",&A[length]);
This line is the problem. The address of pointer A is being tried over here.

You’re using uninitialized variable to calloc

why do i get a SIGABRT here ??
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The variable a points to a single uint with value N, not an array of N uints :slight_smile: If you want the latter, declare it as

a=new uint[N];

or, even better, just use a std::vector and avoid the whole mess :slight_smile:

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why do i get sigabrt here

#include<bits/stdc++.h>
#define lli long long int
using namespace std;
int main()
{
    lli n,x;
    cin>>n;
    string a="010",b="101",s,temp;
    for(x=0;x<n;x++){
        lli p=0,i;
        cin>>s;
        for(i=0;i<s.length()-2;i++){
            temp=s[i];
            temp+=s[i+1];
            temp+=s[i+2];
            if(temp==a || temp==b){
                cout<<"Good\n";
                p=1;
                break;
            }
            temp.clear();
        }
        if(p==0){
            cout<<"Bad\n";
        }
        p=0;
    }
    return 0;
}

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why i m getting in this sigabrt error

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Why do I get a SIGABRT error here?

For now, you should probably be more concerned about why it’s giving the wrong answer for the Example Input (there’s little point in submitting a solution until - at minimum - it gives the correct answer for all provided examples).

Who knows? While debugging that, you may or may not find your answer :slight_smile:

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Why do I get SIGABRT here ??
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Not sure if this is a valid testcase (seems to meet the Constraints, at least), but consider the test input:

1
5 5
1 1 1 1 1
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