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    Default Debug a code

    I m working with a standalone project.I have the code for two running projects.One of the project has a display and I want to include display ( Histogram ) for the other project. I dont know where the display part is written in the project that has the display. I want to use debugger to find out but I cant run the project as the setup consists of talking to hardware and cant access it for now. Is there a way to debug the code without actually running the program? Is there a way to find out what classes call a particular method? or What methods are called at a particular line?

    I would really appreciate if someone can help me out.

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