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includeh10 wrote:
how to detect, catch or provent crash from invalid pointers as tests above, or other common cases?

This might work:

MyClass *p = (MyClass *) 10000;
if (! IsBadReadPtr(p, sizeof(MyClass))
    p->GetName();
But I've heard it can be unreliable, too. See here for more discussion.

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