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A debugger is a tool for stepping through your code line by line and looking at variables. But not all debuggers are equal! Some languages’ debuggers have more features than others. Your debugger might let you: - jump into a REPL to poke around (see page 25) - watch a location in memory and stop the program any time it’s modified - “record replay” debuggers let you record your entire program’s execution and time travel
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person (thinking): I love record/replay debuggers because they make hard-to-reproduce bugs easier: I just have to reproduce the bug once