Issue No. 02 - March (1983 vol. 9)
S.L. Getz , Department of Computer Science, University of Cape Town
A very high-level trace for data structures is one which displays a data structure in the shape in which the user conceptualizes it, be it a tree, an array, or a graph. GRAPHTRACE is a system that facilitates the very high-level graphic display of interrelationships among dynamically allocated Pascal records. It offers the user a wide range of options to enable him to "see" the data structures on a graphics screen in a format as close as possible to that in which he visualizes it, thereby providing a useful display capability when the user's conceptual model is a directed graph or tree.
very high-level trace, Data structures, debugging, graphics, heap, interactive tracing, Pascal, portability, precompiler, tracing
S. Getz, S. Schach and G. Kalligiannis, "A Very High-Level Interactive Graphical Trace for the Pascal Heap," in IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, vol. 9, no. , pp. 179-185, 1983.