EAccessViolation is the exception class for invalid memory access errors.
EAccessViolation = class(EExternal);
class EAccessViolation : public EExternal;
EAccessViolation is raised when an application
Dereferences a nil (Delphi) or NULL (C++) pointer.
Writes to memory reserved for executable code.
Attempts to access a memory address for which there is no virtual memory allocated to the application.
Run-time exception information is saved in fields provided by EExternal.
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