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[linrad] RE:Linrad Questions
- Subject: [linrad] RE:Linrad Questions
- From: Leif Asbrink <leif.asbrink@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2004 14:38:30 +0200
> Q: what id the numerical histogram that shows up to the right of
> the wide waterfall when you hit "F" in regular operating mode?
The "F" is a debug tool. There is an array flowcnt and different
locations in it are incremented each time a certain program
segment is executed.
The flowcnt[xx]++; statements that you can find in wcw.c may be
moved around between different Linrad versions.
The other debug tools I use are the xz(char *s); and qq(char *s);
calls that write to a debug file (set a flag in main.c) or write
on the screen while updating a counter that is also written to the
screen. There is also qq1 and qq2 which do the same as qq but at
other screen locations.
I never learned how to use more sophisticated debugging tools;-)
Leif / SM5BSZ