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I am trying to use ddd to debug my java code. It works fine if I just have a stand-alone piece of code with the .java and .class file in the same directory. What I need is to be able to use ddd with more complex java code, .class and .java files in seperate files & how does my jar file play into all of this? The ddd manual doesn't seem to address this issue. TIA
 
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