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Re: newbie gdb help...
- From: Tim Combs <tcombs at urbana dot css dot mot dot com>
- To: christopher j bottaro <cjb at cs dot utexas dot edu>
- Cc: gdb at sources dot redhat dot com
- Date: Wed, 5 Feb 2003 14:46:42 -0600
- Subject: Re: newbie gdb help...
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I use the "frame" command that lets me know where I am again. An interrupt
(cntrl-c ) command should stop GDB. Are you using the command line?
On Wed, Feb 05, 2003 at 02:38:10PM -0600, christopher j bottaro wrote:
> i just started using gdb yesterday. i've read a lot of the manual and to my
> suprise, gdb is pretty easy to use. i got pretty comfortable navagating thru
> the stack, the source, setting break and watch points, etc...
> anyways, i have 2 questions that i couldn't find in the documentation:
> 1) command to show you what line is about to be executed. sometimes after
> many print commands, and many list commands, i lose track of where i am in
> the program's execution.
> 2) when i resume execution of my program with the continue command, is there
> anyway to break it again from within gdb? while the program is running
> (after issuing the continue command), gdb seems to ignore any input i try to
> tell it.
> thanks for the help,
> -- christopher