Debuggers 
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 Debuggers

Hello:

    I'm very new to ASM and I was wondering what a
    de{*filter*} really does. If anyone know could they please
    tell me.

                    Thanks



Mon, 05 Aug 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
 Debuggers

It allows to execute a program step by step and user can see how
registers and RAM are changed after each step. Each step is just a unit
instruction performed by a CPU. De{*filter*}s can also stop execution of a
program at specified points (break points).
Most de{*filter*}s also provide source code oriented debugging. I.e. you can
look either at your source with highlight current line or at the
dissassemlied code.
Other stuff and features can be different in different de{*filter*}s.

The main idea behind de{*filter*}s is an ability to see what your program
does at each CPU instruction, rather than the program output on quit.

Good Luck
Alexei A. Frounze

Quote:

> Hello:

>     I'm very new to ASM and I was wondering what a
>     de{*filter*} really does. If anyone know could they please
>     tell me.

>                     Thanks



Mon, 05 Aug 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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