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Help on debugger tool

 
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Hi,

I am using JDK 1.5. But to understand the flow of control in depth i need a debugger tool.Can any one suggest a good tool and also the link from where i can download it for free.

Thanks in advance
 
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The most popular Java IDEs such as Eclipse and NetBeans contain very good debuggers which allow you to step through the code.

There's also a debugger included in the JDK called jdb, but it's not very sophisticated.
 
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A very nice stand-alone debugger (i.e., you don't need to use an IDE) is JSwat.
 
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