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It's not a matter of if you find bugs in your C code—it's a matter of when. And even for advanced developers, finding and fixing bugs can be a challenge. In this course, get an in-depth look at tools and best practices that can help you spot and resolve bugs in your C code. Instructor Dan Gookin kicks off the course by going over the nature of bugs, common coding problems, and how to track variables and situations in your code without using debugging software. Next, he covers how to work with an IDE debugger—Code::Blocks—to step through code, find flaws, and resolve issues. To wrap up, Dan covers how to use the GNU Debugger, a staple in the Unix environment, to examine and decompile code. Along the way, he provides challenges that allow you to put your new debugging skills to the test.
- [Dan] Maybe you're annoyed at bugs in your C programs. Me? I love them. Not creating them, of course, but fixing them. Bugs are a challenge to find and correct, but by using a debugger, the task becomes easy, and you might learn a few things about programming and improve your understanding of computers in the process. I'm Dan Gookin, author of "Beginning C Programming for Dummies," as well as numerous C programming courses at LinkedIn Learning. In this course targeted toward intermediate to advanced C programmers, I cover the process of debugging C code from simple source code tricks to using an IDE debugger in code blocks, and finally, working a traditional debugger, GDB, in a Linux terminal window. These techniques are the same. Find out what's bugging your code. The solutions are fast, easy, and fun. Well, if you're into C coding, and I bet you are. Join me for an informative and energetic exploration into the process of debugging C code.
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