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    Senior Member tripstone's Avatar
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    I want a debugger...

    I have SoftIce...sorry ass me didn't notice that it's a version for NT and not 98...ooops...anyways...is this a good debugger and are there better ones out there that I haven't heard of yet? Actually, there should be quite a few.
    You can kiss my 127.0.0.1


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    I want ,I want . did you ever think of WRITTING one. I'm not about to give you one I worked my butt off writting
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    Old-Fogey:Addicts founder Terr's Avatar
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    Originally posted by larryjs
    I want ,I want . did you ever think of WRITTING one. I'm not about to give you one I worked my butt off writting
    How bitter. You never seem to miss a chance to both belittle others and brag about yourself, do you?

    And, oddly enough, if you're going to write about writing, it has only one T.
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    Lightbulb Debug

    Hehe...being a Senior Member, Tripstone, you should know this already. Command (or MS-DOS) has a built in debugger....

    C:\>debug ?
    ...This Space For Rent.

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    You could also try the Borland Turbo Debugger
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    One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.
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    Thumbs down larryjs

    larryjs: you are so pathetic, just share what you write...
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    Originally posted by Terr


    "How bitter. You never seem to miss a chance to both belittle others and brag about yourself, do you?

    And, oddly enough, if you're going to write about writing, it has only one T. "
    I wasn't bragging. I was only trying to motivate a file leech.And it wasn't belittlement. I was offering helpful correction...if that offends well I aplogize


    MERRY CHRISTMAS

    Oh yea ... in the spirit of christmas I will give you my debugger
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    Post A site...

    Ahem...pay no attention to my mentally ill friend LarryJs...he's a little 'off' today...

    But if, tripstone, you are still in search for a good product, check out this site:

    Umm...don't know what to call it actually...has some good stuff though.
    ...This Space For Rent.

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    Re: Debug

    Originally posted by [WebCarnage]
    "Hehe...being a Senior Member, Tripstone, you should know this already. Command (or MS-DOS) has a built in debugger...."

    C:\>debug ?
    webcarnage, debug is a compiler for assembly code. You can only save .com files with it and not .exe.
    I do not think that is what he wants
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