(ddd.info)Starting Program Execution
6.1 Starting Program Execution
To start execution of the debugged program, select `Program => Run'.
You will then be prompted for the arguments to pass to your program.
You can either select from a list of previously used arguments or enter
own arguments in the text field. Afterwards, press the `Run' button to
start execution with the selected arguments.
To run your program again, with the same arguments, select `Program
=> Run Again' or press the `Run' button on the command tool. You may
also enter `run', followed by arguments at the debugger prompt instead.
When you click on `Run', your program begins to execute immediately.
Note: Stopping, for a discussion of how to arrange for your program
to stop. Once your program has stopped, you may call functions in your
program to examine data. Note: Examining Data, for details.
If the modification time of your symbol file has changed since the
last time GDB read its symbols, GDB discards its symbol table, and
reads it again. When it does this, GDB and DDD try to retain your
current debugger state, such as breakpoints.
- Your program's arguments.
- Your program's environment.
- Working Directory
- Your program's directory.
- Your program's I/O.
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