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Fw: Re: Debugger for C programming?

On Tue, 2 Oct 2001 23:32:40 +1000
mdevin@ozemail.com.au wrote:

> Is there a good debugger for C programming.  You know, the kind of thing
> that lets you step through a line at a time running your program and put
> watches on variables etc.
> I am doing an assignment for Uni, and have been just adding printf
> statements in my code to check variable values etc.  But others who are
> using a Micro$oft compiler say they have the benefit of being able to
> step through a line at a time.
> Now I know that Linux rules for C programming, so what do all you
> programmers use to debug your code?

Check out Anjuta (apt-get install anjuta), excellent IDE for C classes and such.  It integrates GDB and has neat stuff like tool tips showing correct formats for function arguments.

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