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malloc(): corrupted top size

The “malloc(): corrupted top size” error is typically caused by a problem with the heap memory management in a program. This error occurs when the heap is damaged, either due to a bug in the program or due to memory corruption caused by external factors such as a hardware failure or software conflict.

To fix this error, you may need to debug the program to identify and fix the root cause of the problem. This may involve using tools such as a memory debugger or analyzing the program’s memory usage to identify any issues. You may also need to update the program or its dependencies, or reinstall the operating system to resolve any underlying issues that may be causing the problem.