for (int i = 0; i < righe-firstRow;i++)
delete  price[i];
delete  price;
The variable to be "destructed" has been created as:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
price = newdouble*[righe-firstRow];
for (int i = 0; i<righe-firstRow;i++)
Everything works fine until the destructor is called, then I receive an error message (program xx.exe has started an interruption point) and the program stops.
Any suggestion on what is wrong with the destructor?
What is the constructor for ImportCSV? What is price defaulted to? What are rhe and firstRow set to?
Your destructor traverses through elements of the price array when it may not have been instantiated. I would put lined 4 -6 of your destructor inside a if (price != NULL) check, or something like that.
There are other potential problems, depending on how you implemented your class.
- If you call setPrice twice, the original price and all it's contained arrays would be leaked.
- Can righe and firstRow be modified? That could cause memory leaks or accessing unallocated memory.
Have you considered using STL vectors instead of the arrays?