Curry
  • Curry
I ran a c program with the main function having (argc, argv[]) as parameters. I ran gdb with no parameters, then i ran it with the argument 5, and then i reran it with no parameters, but when i printed out all the values of argv, i have the folder source and the value "5" in the array. I don't understand how the 5 still got there when i reran the program without passing it an argument. (This is all through gdb, so i reran it by simply pressing r *enter*)
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Curry
  • Curry
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I don't know either
Curry
  • Curry
my only explanation was that possible the main stack frame isn't being popped, so it just stays there.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm guessing gdb kept them

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