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4. Running Programs Under No value for GDBN
When you run a program under No value for GDBN, you must first generate debugging information when you compile it.
You may start No value for GDBN with its arguments, if any, in an environment of your choice. If you are doing native debugging, you may redirect your program's input and output, debug an already running process, or kill a child process.
|4.1 Compiling for Debugging||Compiling for debugging|
|4.2 Starting your Program||Starting your program|
|4.3 Your Program's Arguments||Your program's arguments|
|4.4 Your Program's Environment||Your program's environment|
|4.5 Your Program's Working Directory||Your program's working directory|
|4.6 Your Program's Input and Output||Your program's input and output|
|4.7 Debugging an Already-running Process||Debugging an already-running process|
|4.8 Killing the Child Process||Killing the child process|
|4.9 Debugging Programs with Multiple Threads||Debugging programs with multiple threads|
|4.10 Debugging Programs with Multiple Processes||Debugging programs with multiple processes|
|4.11 Setting a Bookmark to Return to Later||Setting a bookmark to return to later|