Segmentation Fault (core dumped) C program

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C
Client-server programming
core dump
GCC
GNU Compiler Collection
Linux
Perl
segfault
Segmentation Fault
Ubuntu Linux
Hi!.. I'm new to this, and sorry if this has been a mistake... Anyway my problem is this. I am finishing a project which utilizes a client-server mode of computing. Its basically somewhat a time manager implemented on LInux environments specifically Ubuntu LInux. The server is web-based which uses Perl scripts on an APache web server.The client and the server communicates through sockets. The client program is a C program compiled in gcc, there were no compile time errors and the program really works.. Now during execution of the program, there is that error as Segmentation Fault (core dumped).... Please help me to solve this problem. I really badly need it... Thanks in advance...

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Segmentation fault is generally caused dut to pointer problems, when u address meemory address which as not allocted 2 u

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