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The Art of Debugging with GDB and DDD by Peter Jay Salzman, Norman Matloff

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Chapter 5. DEBUGGING IN A MULTIPLE-ACTIVITIES CONTEXT

DEBUGGING IN A MULTIPLE-ACTIVITIES CONTEXT

Debugging is a difficult task, and it becomes even more challenging when the misbehaving application is trying to coordinate multiple, simultaneous activities; client/server network programming, programming with threads, and parallel processing are examples of this paradigm. This chapter presents an overview of the most commonly used multiprogramming techniques and offers some tips on how to deal with bugs in these kinds of programs, focusing on the use of GDB/DDD/Eclipse in the debugging process.

Debugging Client/Server Network Programs

Computer networks are extremely complex systems, and rigorous ...

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