Ooops :) Missed that part. You are (of course :) ) correct. Must be something else corrupting the descriptor when calling iconv repeatedly. Bruce Vining Scott Klement <c400-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent by: c400-l-bounces+bvining=us.ibm.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx 04/07/2006 03:34 PM Please respond to C programming iSeries / AS400 <c400-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx> To C programming iSeries / AS400 <c400-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx> cc Subject Re: [C400-L] problems with iconv_open > The conversion descriptor is reuseable. I would check to make sure you > aren't inadvertently writing over it somewhere in your code (like you seem > to be assuming your input will never exceed 32K but don't actually check). Since outleft is set to the 32k size, iconv() won't convert past 32k anyway, will it? So, unless I'm very confused, the program that I posted as a sample (which seems to be what you're referring to) won't ever overwrite memory that it shouldn't.... It's true that there might be input that doesn't get translated (if the parameter is longer than what will fit into the output buffer) but I don't see how it could overwrite another area of memory...
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