Squash bugs in PHP applications with Zend Debugger

Clever IDE finds and helps you fix bugs interactively

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Martin Streicher

Date archived: January 4, 2017 | First published: November 13, 2007

A special application called a debugger probes running code, allowing you to suspend execution arbitrarily, examine objects, explore the call stack, and even change the value of a variable on the fly. Learn how to use a debugger to squash bugs in your PHP code.

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