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Hi All,
Till now I haven't done any serious debugging (Jump to line, blah blah). What I have done so far is read error and try to decode. Now I want to use variables form stack etc. In WingIDE/Python I will click on stack and see variables and what they contain. I tried today with Codeblocks, it was to me like trying to launch a rocket

Is debugging in C++ that harder? How can I see variables, change their values, run to a line etc in C++ Any tutorial on debugging?
Thanks alot

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Last Post by Stefano Mtangoo
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I am not familiar with Code::Blocks but several other members here seem to like it.

If you are running Windows, I know that MS-VC++ is capable of doing everything you mentioned. Stay away from Dev-C++, its debugger leaves something to be desired.

I have no idea about Unix or Linux IDEs though.

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I am not familiar with Code::Blocks but several other members here seem to like it.

If you are running Windows, I know that MS-VC++ is capable of doing everything you mentioned. Stay away from Dev-C++, its debugger leaves something to be desired.

I have no idea about Unix or Linux IDEs though.

Like AncientDragon, I guess this feature will make me have VS if it will love me. Can VS express play well with wxWidgets and SDL + personally made DLLs?

What do you other guys say?

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