stack overflow

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I was browsing along minding my own business, or rather minding the business of Schrockthehouse when suddenly,   without warning I was accosted by a stack overflow on line 1.

What is a girl to do?

I was totally unprepared for this outpouring of stack,   this flow from line 1.   Do I need help?     Do I need a new stack?   Do I need  a stack-removal operation from a highly qualified expensive surgeon?   Should I phone a stack-support line?   I was confused and frightened.

It’s alright because there was a button telling me it was OK.

Phew.

Stack overflow at line 1 of Schrockthehouse

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  1. Tim writes:

    Phew indeed. I was about to think Wendy wouldn’t save the day, but thanks to an ‘Ok button’ and some good old fashioned jolly hockey sticks pluck and left click mouse control, all’s well in Reading. Let’s hope the Fat Controller didn’t notice any temporary overflow on Line 1.

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  2. Mathias writes:

    When the stack overflows it’s useful to drain it a bit by punching a hole in its base. Otherwise, you may not control where on your document the overflow will spill. It’s not a pretty sight.

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  3. Madame Defarge writes:

    I know nothing of these incipient dangers, but I am glad that you were saved from them. Your car might miss you.

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  4. Nowtas writes:

    Has any of the seepage been left behind?

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  5. :: Wendy :: writes:

    Oh, I don’t know if there is any seepage, might there be some sticky gunge accumulating at the bottom of my windows? I’ve looked in the task-tray and I can’t see anything, but this could be invisible like germs, do I need a disinfectant?

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