A debugger program is one that allows the user to view another program line by line. This allows the user to identify incorrect code and find out how a program flows. The debugger lets the user see how their program is viewed by the computer. A debugger is very useful to find semantic errors in the program.
There is a nice CodeProject article: Writing a basic Windows debugger and its sequel: Writing Windows Debugger - Part 2. And finally, a complete list of references from Devon Strawn: How to write a (Windows) debugger - References.
Design, write and debug programs that accomplish specific goals, including controlling or simulating physical systems; solve problems by decomposing them into smaller parts teaching resources for 2014 National Curriculum Resources. Created for teachers, by teachers! Professional KS2 teaching resources.Read More
How to write a (Windows) debugger - references. What follows is a raw dump of links for Windows debugger development. There’s a lot of information scattered all over the web, this is a (somewhat) comprehensive list of the better ones.Read More
Most modern IDEs available these days have an integrated debugger-- that is, a debugger uses the same interface as the code editor, so you can debug using the same environment that you use to write your code (rather than having to switch programs).Read More
To write your own debugger extension, visit: Debugger Extension - Uses a mock sample to illustrate the steps required to create a VS Code debug extension. Common questions What are the supported debugging scenarios? Debugging of Node.js-based applications is supported on Linux, macOS, and Windows out of the box with VS Code.Read More
However the proliferation of open source libraries and the fact that these days we rather assemble applications than write them makes us use the debugger on foreign code rather than our own. Moreover we are no longer using just simple libraries (where we just made calls to them and continued our execution when the call returned), we are using frameworks.Read More
Using Write-Debug to Insert Breakpoints. Of the two methods, Write-Debug is the little brother to Set-PsBreakpoint. It is limited in scope and use, but it pauses a PowerShell script and provides some methods to see what might have gone wrong with the script. Write-Debug requires a few flags to be set.Read More
Debugging. As mentioned above, simulators are great for debugging Arduino, both in terms of syntax and functional errors. What makes simulators suitable for debugging is that you can write code and create electronic circuits to test the integrity of your code.Read More
Script Debugger 7’s Dictionary Explorer lets you move, copy or delete objects. Script Debugger 7’s lets you explore much more of an application’s scripting abilities without writing a single line of AppleScript code. Delete an object by selecting it in the Explorer and pressing the delete key.Read More
Script Debugger shows you the reference information offer. You can write Script Debugger quickly and easily with its powerful features for creating code. Once script I created you will test it to ensure it is behaving as expected. It also presents you with a view of what is happening when your script is running. DS-5 Debugger.Read More