The dbx symbolic debug program allows you to debug a program at two levels: the source-level and the assembler language-level. Source level debugging allows you to debug your C, C++, Pascal, or FORTRAN language program. Assembler language level debugging allows you to debug executable programs at the machine level. The commands used for machine level debugging are similar to those used for source-level debugging.
Using the dbx debug program, you can step through the program you want to debug one line at a time or set breakpoints in the object program that will stop the debug program. You can also search through and display portions of the source files for a program.
The following sections contain information on how to perform a variety of tasks with the dbx debug program:
Debug Programs Overview.
The dbx command.