In article <20030924194107111+0200sphynxxengine.com>,
Tom Prayne <tompraynegmx.de> wrote:
I think you'll have to use the command line. As far as debugging goes,> Hi,
> I'm just starting to learn C. I have lots of fun doing so, but I ask
> myself (resp: you :-)) if the following is possible:
> At the moment I create my projects in PB, using the "standard c tool"
> template. I compile the programs and launch them via the terminal.
> My programs interact with the user by printf() and scanf().
> If I run programs that don't take any user input (scanf), I can run them
> from PB, a window opens and shows my printf() output. Fine.
> But this doesn't work with scanf()... does anybody know if there is
> something easy I can do about this? Is there a possibility to get text
> input from that PB window?
> It would be great if I could run my programs from PB, not the terminal,
> because of debugging...
learning to use gdb at the command line is an extremely useful skill,
and even the basics of it will be worth the time it takes.
Tom "Tom" Harrington
Macaroni, Automated System Maintenance for Mac OS X.
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