I have downloaded the free Borland compiler Bcc32 and am delighted with it. I also downloaded the turbo debugger. I have a lot of experience using a debugger from an integrated environment but the Borland download includes only the command line version of the compiler and I don'y know how to run the debugger. I think that all I need is a tiny example to get me started. (Maybe just the command line will do.) Can anyone come to my rescue?
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If you compile a small application with debug info using BC55 you can then load it into TD32 and use that to step through the code line by line like you would a debugger in an IDE.
If there's no debugging info you'll get assembler code instead.
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