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6.7 Debugging

Apart from the usual debugging methods that everybody knows about, NEMO programs usually have the following additional properties which can cut down in debugging time. If not conclusive during runtime, you can either decide to compile the program with debugging flags turned on, and run the program through the debugger, or add more dprintf or error function calls:

(c) Peter Teuben