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5.9. The Debug Window

A Debug Window consists of several controls and two display regions. The Tid/Pid identification of the current process is displayed in the window's title bar. In the upper part of the window the trace messages sent by the current process are displayed. These consist of the current goal and its variables. The lower window displays the corresponding part of the source code with the current goal highlighted. The programmer can 'Step' through the program or change its status in the same way as in the 'Trace List' (see Debugging ).

The control panel in the middle of the Debug Window contains several buttons:

Further information: trace For a 'hands on' example of BAP source level debugging taka a look at the debugging Example .


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