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I did notice its frequency is greater on runs of over 18000 iterations (Update: On further testing I found that theory not to hold up. The rest of the thread stands.</end update>), and even then it's about 30% of the time when I terminate by keyboard intervention.

Hmm, what other variables..... It's Windows Vista SP2. Perl version is 5.12.3, Strawberry Perl.

Here's another example run, where I terminated the loop earlier.

6043 is prime. 6047 is prime. 6053 is prime. Out of memory! panic: leave_scope inconsistency at C:\Users\Dave\Desktop\primes.pl li +ne 15. panic: leave_scope inconsistency at C:\Users\Dave\Desktop\primes.pl li +ne 15. panic: leave_scope inconsistency at C:\Users\Dave\Desktop\primes.pl li +ne 15. panic: leave_scope inconsistency at C:\Users\Dave\Desktop\primes.pl li +ne 15.

And here's another example:

4409 is prime. 4421 is prime. 4423 is prime. Out of memory! Use of uninitialized value $i in concatenation (.) or string at C:\Use +rs\Dave\Desktop\primes.pl line 18. is prime. 2 is prime. Label not found for "next OUTER" at C:\Users\Dave\Desktop\primes.pl li +ne 16.

...and one more...

6271 is prime. 6277 is prime. Out of memory! panic: leave_scope inconsistency at primes.pl line 15.

Dave


In reply to Re^2: "Free to wrong pool" error. by davido
in thread "Free to wrong pool" error. by davido

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