Oracle® Solaris Studio 12.4: dbxtool Tutorial

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Updated: October 2014


The example illustrates the most common debugging pattern, where you stop the misbehaving program at some point before things have gone wrong and then step through the code comparing the intent of the code with the way the code actually behaves.

The next section describes some advanced techniques for using breakpoints to avoid some of the stepping and watches that you used in this example.