Course of Raku / Advanced

Debugging with dd

There are different approaches to debugging the programs, from simple printing instruction, such as print or say, to more elaborate tracing options. In this chapter, we’ll take a look at a very handy dd function that is built-in in the Rakudo compiler, but which is not an official part of the Raku language itself.

The name dd stands for data dumper.

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