how your code behaves as you write it.
Humans are not good at simulating code in their heads. Let the computer do
what it's going to do anyway: run the code!
is a software development tool that compiles runs and “debugs”
your C(++) code live to report its execution patterns and data
Why is that useful?
Seeing what functions will do lets you quickly adjust when you're not quite
happy with what you see.
More iterations tend to lead to a higher-quality product.
Notice basic runtime errors before you compile-and-run.
Spend less time in the debugger because you've already caught many bugs
representations of your running functions each show useful
information that you don't (or can't) get from statically looking at
the linearly written code.
WhiteBox is initially being developed for C and C-style C++ (classes, methods, namespaces, references) with plans to expand to other compiled languages.
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Please note that WhiteBox is not yet fully stable. If you buy it you will likely encounter bugs. Any files including C++ templates are not currently supported. C is generally more stable than C++.