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Awkward behavior after GetArray (memory corruption?)


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ttasdasda
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Old 11-07-2018 , 06:12   Awkward behavior after GetArray (memory corruption?)
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I have a very weird problem. Two local variables suddenly change their value in the middle of a cycle right after I call GetArray.

Code:
for (int i = index; i < len; i++)
    {
        int counter = i;
        int data[3];
        PrintToChatAll("i = %i | index = %i | counter = %i | len = %i", i, index, counter, len);
        reco.GetArray(counter, data);
        PrintToChatAll("i = %i | counter = %i", i, counter);
    }


I have tried updating MM and running the code on both SM 1.9 and 1.10. I'm pretty sure it used to work just fine half a year ago or so.
It does NOT seem to happen in another plugin of mine that uses the exact same ArrayList. In fact, copy-pasting the code from that other plugin leads to the same error.
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Old 11-07-2018 , 07:53   Re: Awkward behavior after GetArray (memory corruption?)
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You should also provide how you initialize reco.
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Old 11-07-2018 , 18:33   Re: Awkward behavior after GetArray (memory corruption?)
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Isn't a bad idea to declare variables inside cycle?
Check "data" buf. size against the block size you declared arraylist with.
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