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Test: Summary of various tools installed with iPhone SDK

3. What debugger is used to debug iPhone and Mac OS X programs?



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Correct Answer: GDB
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GDB is the open source debugger that supports a whole bunch of languages, including C, C++, Objective-C, and Java. Xcode provides the GDB capabilities from a graphical user interface or from a raw command line console where GDB commands can be executed.

WinDBG is a low-level debugger from Microsoft for debugging Windows based applications and analyzing crash dumps on Windows. SoftICE did something similar, but does not exist anymore.
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This is a test on the article that gives a quick overview of the development tools installed with iPhone SDK. These tools include Xcode, Interface Builder, Instruments, and iPhone Simulator. In the article, Dash Code, which is used to build web applications for iPhone is also introduced. GDB, the open source debugger, is discussed there as well.
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This article gives a quick overview of the development tools installed with iPhone SDK. These tools include Xcode, Interface Builder, Instruments, and iPhone Simulator. Dash Code, which is used to build web applications for iPhone is also introduced. GDB, the open source debugger, is discussed as well.

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