When BOUNDS-CHECKER loads, it write protects all
memory except for that data and stack areas of your program. Any
writes outside of this space will result in a BOUNDS-CHECKER
This error message is displayed if your program attempts to do a
word operation at an odd-numbered address within the Interrupt
Vector area in low memory. Because the Interrupt Vectors are all
word data, any access to an odd-numbered address is questionable.
A word operation at an odd-numbered address, which spans two
separate words, is highly questionable.
- You have an uninitialized pointer.
- This is a legal access being made by your program
Recommended Action: Note what source line caused the error, exit
BOUNDS-CHECKER and find the cause. If this is indeed a legal
access being made by your program, you can rerun the program, and
when BOUNDS-CHECKER pops up, add an entry in the exception file
using the syntax:
Add Access Procedure Location ( or Range ).