“Ostream” object is not printing message on HP-UNIX for debug mode

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“Ostream” object is not printing message on HP-UNIX for debug mode

The following C++ code segment is not working in debug mode build on HP-UNIX machine. It is not printing "Hello World" message on the screen. While it is working fine in release mode build.


class KLogStreamBuf : public streambuf {
void LogOn( ostream& l, const int ts = 1 ) {
FStreamBufsList.append( new KLogStreamBufs(l.rdbuf(), ts)); }

int main(int argc, char *argv[])

KLogStreamBuf DELogBuf1;

ostream DELog1( &DELogBuf1);

DELogBuf1.LogOn( cout);

DELog1<<"Hello World";



For debug mode build I am using following compilation options

"/opt/aCC/bin/aCC -c -g +DA2.0N -w -AA -mt -N "

I would appreciate any help regarding it.

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