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Problems and bugs.

If you have problems with GNU dbm or think you've found a bug, please report it. Before reporting a bug, make sure you've actually found a real bug. Carefully reread the documentation and see if it really says you can do what you're trying to do. If it's not clear whether you should be able to do something or not, report that too; it's a bug in the documentation!

Before reporting a bug or trying to fix it yourself, try to isolate it to the smallest possible input file that reproduces the problem. Then send us the input file and the exact results gdbm gave you. Also say what you expected to occur; this will help us decide whether the problem was really in the documentation.

Once you've got a precise problem, send e-mail to:

Internet: `bug-gnu-utils@prep.ai.mit.edu'.
UUCP: `mit-eddie!prep.ai.mit.edu!bug-gnu-utils'.

Please include the version number of GNU dbm you are using. You can get this information by printing the variable gdbm_version (see Variables).

Non-bug suggestions are always welcome as well. If you have questions about things that are unclear in the documentation or are just obscure features, please report them too.

You may contact the author by:

    e-mail:  phil@cs.wwu.edu
   us-mail:  Philip A. Nelson
             Computer Science Department
             Western Washington University
             Bellingham, WA 98226

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