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Old 03-18-2004, 09:48 PM   #1
HeidiTay
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Bad: Problem(s)->segmentation fault encountered when using wxNotebook


I was trying to get my GUI working, implemented with wxNotebook.

(1) I tried to do a button that triggers the removal of old pages and reinitialise new ones, this algorithm managed to work but on clicking the button 5 times the program aborted by itself.

Error msg received: Segmentation fault

I do not know where the problem lies.

Can anyone provide me with a solution or a better way of implemention?

(2) How do I do a refresh of panels on the same page(displaying the new panel instead of the old panel on the same page)?

I am using kDevelop3.0, SuSE9.0, developing in wxWindows environment.

Thank you.
 
  


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