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developing in SciLab

I've done a lot programming in C & C++ and other languages. In all these development environments they all have one thing in common: there is a debugger. I don't know any programmer who doesn't make mistakes. Since I'm having problems with the example code in your tutorials, it sure would be nice if I could debug this code! Aside from putting in statements, like printf(), that will show the contents of variables after leaving a for loop, it sure would be nice to see how the people who developed these examples went about debugging the code. I really don't think any programmer makes an example without making mistakes! Did they just throw in a bunch of printf() statements? From what I've heard SciLab was developed using Qt. If that is so then I can see where the SciLab developers were using the debugging capabilities of that development IDE.


Scilab 15-06-18, 3:09 a.m. maxcy

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Please explore the "debug()" command in scilab. Its online help can be found here. Please share your experince with us.

16-12-18, 12:39 p.m. rupakrokade


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