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I tried searching for this problem, and couldn't find any answers. I wrote a program that implements a stack, and its operations, with linked lists. The program compiles and runs perfectly on a C Web IDE.

When I run the program in Visual Studio, it fails and gives me the following error:

Debug Error! Program: C:Users... my file path HEAP CORRUPTION DETECTED: after Normal block (#78) at 0x011058C8. CRT detected that the application wrote to memory after end of heap buffer.

As my code runs fine elsewhere, this must be some issue with how I am using Visual Studio. Any ideas? I am new to Visual Studio, and am afraid this might be something stupid, but I can't seem to figure it out.

I have included my code below, note that the failure is caused by the pop() function in Visual Studio.

#include  #include   struct Node {     int data;     struct Node* next; };  struct Node* top = NULL; //initialize head  void push(int x); void push(int x) {     struct Node* add = (struct Node*)malloc(sizeof(struct Node*));     add->data = x;     add->next = top; //make add point to what top (head) points to (old 1st)     top = add; //make top point to add (new 1st) }  void pop(); void pop() {     if (top == NULL) return;     struct Node* temp = top;     top = top->next;     free(temp); }  int topp(); int topp() {     return top->data; }  int exist(); int exist() {     if (top->next) {         return 1;     }     else {         return 0;     } }  void PrintIt(); void PrintIt() {     struct Node* temp = top;     while (temp!= NULL) {         printf("%d ", temp->data);         temp = temp->next;     }     printf("
"); }  int main() {     push(1); PrintIt();     push(44); PrintIt();     push(23); PrintIt();     pop(); PrintIt();     push(9); PrintIt();     return 0; } 
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