Interactive Code Execution Tracing

Category : Debug and Analysis

Stepping through source code is one of the most common debugging procedures. Stepping is executing code one line at a time (mainly to verify that a certain section of code executes properly). Common actions are Step Into, Step Over, and Step Out. If you reach a point in your code that calls another procedure (a function, subroutine), you can enter (step into) the procedure or run (step over) it and stop at the next line. At any point, you can jump to the end (step out) of the current procedure and carry on with the rest of the design.


Aldec simulators provide an interactive graphical environment for design code tracing and verification. HDL code is executed either statement-by-statement or traced by processes, subprograms, and procedures. You can quickly find any faulty and undesired design responses using the code execution tracing option.

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