[Mono-devel-list] Commandline error

Donelle Sanders matrice64 at lycos.com
Thu May 8 16:19:12 EDT 2003

Heres a test case :
class MyNode {
	public class Node {
		public string Name;

		public Node (string name) {
			Name = name;
	public static void Main (string [] args) {

		Node node = new Node("First Node");
		Console.Write ("Node name: {0}\r", node.Name);

Output: Node name: First Node

Now with this constructor added to the class:
	public Node (Node node) {	
		Name = node.Name;

Output: Killed 
Output: ("Nothing is outputed just blank")


On Thu, 8 May 2003 10:47:34   
 Paolo Molaro wrote:
>On 05/08/03 Donelle Sanders wrote:
>> Before release .24 I was able to pass arguements to my program , now when I do I get the debug out put "Killed", what does that mean ? I tried placing Console.WriteLine everywhere to catch some type of input but it seems not to accept it, any ideas ???
>If it prints "Killed" it was probably killed by your kernel, possibly
>because it allocated lots of memory.
>Of course, since you didn't provide any useful info to reproduce
>the bug, we can't see exactly what happens and fix the possible bug.
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