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Code walk through in Linux

Posted on 2007-11-16
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is there any free s/w which help to do code walk thru ...like source insight in windows ...i m working in linux enviornment  ..and programming in C


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Hi karana,

And for run-time evaluation, consider using valgrind.   http://valgrind.org


Good Luck,
Kent
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