I write a piece of code in online GDB using c++, the code calculates some coefficients for a IIR filter which tries to approximate a fractional derivative and integral for a fractional PID control. The code works as expected in the online IDE, but when I try to execute it in a Arduino Due, the results and only overflows and nan, and really don't know what's the problem so,

Here is the code in GDB online https://onlinegdb.com/rycwt62XL which gives the expected results:

Array A, Array B









And here is the code for the Arduino Due, which only change the printing method using the serial commands, https://onlinegdb.com/ByAs5xyVU, and the results are:

Array A, Array B









And really don't know where to start for fix this results, thanks. The Method is exactly the same.

  • Works fine on every piece of hardware I have tested, except the Due. I've never liked the Due - the compilation has always been really really shaky... – Majenko Feb 22 '20 at 20:03
  • Majenko, I tested on the arduino Mega and works really well, but I've donde all the programming in the Due, but thanks – user2461687 Feb 22 '20 at 22:48

I can't find the root cause of the problem - it's probably because the Due is possibly the worst board that Arduino ever made, and the compiler / linker / support libraries barely work at the best of times.

However, some things you need to look at in your code:

    double* h = new double[L]; 
    for(int n = 0; n <= L; n++){
        for(int k = 0; k <= n; k++){
            h[n] += pow(operador,-alpha-n+k)*pow(1.0-operador,n-k)*Binomial_E(alpha,k)*Binomial(-alpha,n-k);

There you allocate L (15) doubles in an array. But then you go on to access array slices 0-15. That's 16 entries in an array of size 15, so you're overflowing it and corrupting other memory.

Also you have no delete to balance the new, so you have a memory leak. You would be better using:

double h[L+1];

instead of new.

  • You are right, I avoid using arrays with variable size and works, thanks so much – user2461687 Feb 22 '20 at 23:22

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