Re: Print variable with gdb??
Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 23:43:06 GMT
> I have:
> int p = 5;
> when I debug my code I would like to get a print of p's value therefore I
> start gdb and type:
> print p
> but then I get an error that the variable does not exists!
> Hope someone can help!
You should know that this is off topic and you will likely find more
help in a compiler specific newsgroup.
Two pieces of advice regarding your problem. 1) Make sure p is in scope
when you attempt to print its value, and 2) make sure that you compile
with the -g option to enable debugging.
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