|List gdb command categories
|List gdb commands of category
|Displays description of command
|Display commands list containing search-word in their help description
|Displays arguments of current function
|Displays list of breakpoints
|info break breakpoint-number
i b breakpoint-number
|Displays description of breakpoint having breakpoint-number
|Displays list of watchpoints
|Display processor's register contents
|Display information about current thread
|List set-able options
|Start running program until a breakpoint or end of program
|Breakpoints and Watchpoints
|Set a breakpoint at specified function or line number.
|Set a breakpoint at specified number of lines forward or backward from current line of execution.
|Set a breapoint at specified funcname of given filename.
|Set a breakpoint at given line-no of specified filename.
|Set a breakpoint at specified instrunction address.
|break line-no if condition
|Set a conditional breakpoint at line-no of current file. Program will suspend only when condition is true.
|break line thread thread-no
|Set a breakpoint at line in thread with thread-no.
|tbreak is similar to break but it will temporary breakpoint. i.e. Breakpoint will be deleted once it is hit.
|Set a watchpoint for given condition. Program will suspend when condition is true.
|Delete breakpoints as identified by command option.
Delete all breakpoints in function
Delete breakpoints at given line
|Delete all breakpoints, watchpoints, or catchpoints.
|Delete the breakpoints, watchpoints, or catchpoints specified by number or ranges.
|Enable/Disable breakpoints, watchpoints or catchpoints specified by number or ranges.
|enable breakpoint-number once
|Enables given breakpoint once. And disables it after it is hit.
|Continues/Resumes running the program until the next breakpoint or end of program
|Continue but ignore current breakpoint number times.
|Continue until the current function is finished
|Runs the next line of the program
|Runs the next N lines of program
|Like s, but it does not step into functions
|Prints the current value of the variable "var"
|Assign "val" value to the variable "var"
|Prints a stack trace
|Quit from gdb