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Please can some one explain how to trace with Bsnes or Snes9X1.43.ep9r8
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I would like to use a tracer to find codes in SMW but have never used a tracer before

how is tracing different from a break point?

Please help if you can. take care
This forum is for posting tutorials, not asking for them. Moving to the help me forum.

For snes9x debugger, tracing dumps all executed opcodes to a file. It's rather useful, especially when combined with breakpoints since I then know that the bad behaviour is at the end of the file.

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<blm> zsnes users are the flatearthers of emulation
OK Thanks
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