Debugging Tutorial: Java Return Value, IntelliJ Jump to Line and moreby@shai.almog

Debugging Tutorial: Java Return Value, IntelliJ Jump to Line and more

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The 3rd episode of the "140 Second Duckling" tutorial series has been published. I tackled a lot of basic stuff about debugging but I picked two big headliners that a surprising amount of developers aren't familiar with. These include: Java Return Value, Object Marking, Drop Frame and Jump to Line. At the time of this writing, I can guarantee that less than 46 thousand developers used this feature. The more elements you inspect, the slower the application will be. This means the IDE will bind instrumentation to the return keyword (the underlying bytecode)

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