Setting Code Breakpoints

Normal Breakpoints are typically set on a line of source code. When the Debugger hits the indicated line during normal execution, the Debugger halts execution and displays the local variables, call stack, threads and other run-time information.

How To:

To set a breakpoint on a line of code, follow the steps below:



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Open the source code to debug in the integrated source code editor;



Find the appropriate code line and click in the left margin column. A solid red circle in the margin indicates that a breakpoint has been set at that position.


If the code is currently halted at a breakpoint, that point is indicated by a blue arrow next to the marker.



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