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Learning OllyDbg. Diff. between Step, Trace and Animate

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Hi, I am new to OllyDbg debugger, and new to assembly language debugging in general.

I am having OllyDbg 1.1

Can somebody pls. tell me what is the difference between Step into, Trace Into and Animate Into ?

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You may have better luck asing your question on the OllyDbg forum:

http://www.woodmann.com/forum/index.php
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