The Assembly Language Debugger (ALD) differs from GDB in that it is specifically designed to debug programs at the assembly level. It is often difficult and frustrating for assembly programmers to use GDB to debug their work. ALD aims to provide everything an assembly programmer needs to debug their code.
released on 1 January 1970
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