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I have a C program to read data from a com port process it. When i try to debug using F11 and when it reaches any of the printf in the program it opens a window and ask for Enter the path for PRINTF.C. How do i solve this problem ?
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Select Cancel and continue debugging wirhout this file - you don't need it.
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