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|Oracle Solaris Studio 12.3: Debugging a Program With dbx Oracle Solaris Studio 12.3 Information Library|
If a program gets an exception, there are many possible causes. One approach to locating the problem is to find the line number in the source program where the exception occurred, and then look for clues there.
Compiling with -ftrap=common forces trapping on all common exceptions.
To find where an exception occurred:
demo% cat wh.f call joe(r, s) print *, r/s end subroutine joe(r,s) r = 12. s = 0. return end demo% f95 -g -o wh -ftrap=common wh.f demo% dbx wh Reading symbolic information for wh (dbx) catch FPE (dbx) run Running: wh (process id 17970) signal FPE (floating point divide by zero) in MAIN at line 2 in file “wh.f” 2 print *, r/s (dbx)