Join Todd Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Debugging a Java app, part of Eclipse Essential Training.
- While we have discussed breakpoints…earlier in this course we haven't gone in depth…about Debugging a Java application.…So let's do that now.…I have a project called Debugging.…And in the default package I've created two classes,…Debugging.Java which has the default constuctor…and main methods in it…and then lines of code that create a new Loop object…and run its method called start.…Loop has a field variable called numOfTimes…which is set to zero upon its creation.…
It also has a constuctor method…and it has a method called start…and one called increment.…Start runs a loop…which runs increment each time.…Inside of increment…numOfTimes is adjusted…and its value is printed out to the console.…So if we run the application now…we're going to see that numOfTimes…is one through.…In order to see your application in Debug mode,…you're going to need to add some breakpoints.…
A shortcut for adding breakpoints…is to double click in the gray area…to the left of your line numbers.…Now we've already looked at standard breakpoints,…
- What is Eclipse?
- Setting up a workspace
- Adding external files to a project
- Installing add-ons
- Refactoring code
- Working with tasks
- Customizing formatting
- Using Git for version control
- Developing Java, PHP, C/C++, Perl, and Python apps with Eclipse
- Setting up testing servers
- Testing apps
- Debugging apps
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introduction to Eclipse
2. Working with Code
3. Using Git for Version Control
4. Using Eclipse for Java Development
5. Using Eclipse for PHP Development
6. Using Eclipse for C/C++ Development
7. Using Eclipse for Perl Development
8. Using Eclipse for Python Development
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