How-to articles, tricks, and solutions about DEBUGGING

Eclipse java debugging: source not found

If you are trying to debug a Java application in Eclipse and you see the error "Source not found", it means that the source code for the class you are trying to debug is not available in the current project or the project build path.

How to print a debug log?

To print a debug log in PHP, you can use the echo function to output a string to the web page or the print_r function to output the contents of a variable.

How to print all properties of an object

To print all properties of an object in PHP, you can use the get_object_vars function, which returns an associative array of an object's properties.

Remote debugging a Java application

To remotely debug a Java application, you need to start the application with the java command and the -agentlib:jdwp option.

Unfortunately MyApp has stopped. How can I solve this?

If you are seeing the error "Unfortunately, MyApp has stopped," it means that your Android app has crashed. This can be caused by a number of factors, including:

What are Java command line options to set to allow JVM to be remotely debugged?

To allow the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) to be remotely debugged, you can use the following command line options:

What is a stack trace, and how can I use it to debug my application errors?

A stack trace is a report of the active stack frames at a particular point in time during the execution of a program. It is a useful tool for debugging because it can help you understand the sequence of method calls that led to an error or exception in yo