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Java for Dummies: debugging is difficult  RSS feed

 
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I need help with the handling events issue.
Debugging is becoming more and more difficult for me.
Before it was easier but now there are times where I have no clue why something is not working.
 
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What do you mean by "events issue"?

In general, there are three approaches to debugging:
  • System.out.println() statements
  • Setting breakpoints in your IDE
  • Writing unit tests and asserting the results
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    Glenn, What debugging techniques have you tried? What goes wrong when you try them?
     
    Consider Paul's rocket mass heater.
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