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Fun Debugging in iOS — Understanding the GUI in 3 minutes

After we have understood the basic concept of LLDB commands now it is taking time to understand the full GUI of Xcode debugging.

GUI — 1

Let see the picture above. Once you have put a breakpoint on any lines of code in your applications, you will see a similar screen as above.

  1. The top one is our code panel, which indicates where is our breakpoint…




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