Skill Level Advanced
- [Dan] Maybe you're annoyed at bugs in your C programs. Me? I love them. Not creating them, of course, but fixing them. Bugs are a challenge to find and correct, but by using a debugger, the task becomes easy, and you might learn a few things about programming and improve your understanding of computers in the process. I'm Dan Gookin, author of "Beginning C Programming for Dummies," as well as numerous C programming courses at LinkedIn Learning. In this course targeted toward intermediate to advanced C programmers, I cover the process of debugging C code from simple source code tricks to using an IDE debugger in code blocks, and finally, working a traditional debugger, GDB, in a Linux terminal window. These techniques are the same. Find out what's bugging your code. The solutions are fast, easy, and fun. Well, if you're into C coding, and I bet you are. Join me for an informative and energetic exploration into the process of debugging C code.