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How do track the value of a variable in Borland C++

How do track the value of a variable in Borland C++

How do track the value of a variable in Borland C++

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Hi,
How to track the value of a particular variable I have used when I am running the program step by step....using F7 so that I can debug my program easily.
Thank you
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RE: How do track the value of a variable in Borland C++

Which version of Borland C++ are you using?

James P. Cottingham
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RE: How do track the value of a variable in Borland C++

(OP)
Version of Borland C++ is 5.02
Rgds,
Sudha

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RE: How do track the value of a variable in Borland C++

Hi!

With BCW's EDI 5.02 you can inspect variables by going in the Debug -> Inspect Variables  or Debug -> Evaluate sub-menus.

By the way, in reference to your previous thread (how to pass cmd-line args) I checked that you can do this from the EDI, Options -> Environment -> Debugger sub-menu.

Hope that helps!

Woliwol

RE: How do track the value of a variable in Borland C++

If you highlight the variable you want to watch, then press ctrl + F5, the variable will be displayed in the watches window. select that from the view menu if it is'nt already there.

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