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Identifier TMemoryError.leInvalidBlock

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A pointer to invalid block was passed to FreeMem or ReallocMem. Invalid block is a block which does not contain a valid EurekaLog header. This can be a valid, but corrupted block (overflow/underflow), it can be already released block (double-free), it can be a fully rogue/random pointer, it can be a block allocated by another memory manager.

 

Unit

EMemLeaks

 

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