▄ Help on the Breakpoints dialog box
The Breakpoints dialog box is where you set, delete, and edit breakpoints. Whenever your running program encounters a breakpoint, it will stop with a run bar positioned on the line with the breakpoint.
This dialog box consists of a list box, the standard OK and Help buttons, and four additional buttons (Edit, Delete, View and Clear All).
■ NOTE: This dialog box has no Cancel button, so edit and delete with care.
│ Line# Condition Pass │
The Breakpoint List list box shows each set breakpoint plus its line number, conditions and pass count setting.
There is afor conditions so you can select a breakpoint condition you've used before.
The Edit button opens the Edit Breakpoint dialog box so you can add a new breakpoint to the list.
The Delete button removes the breakpoint that's highlighted in the Breakpoint List.
The View button activates the Edit window and moves the cursor to the selected breakpoint in that window.
The Clear All button removes all the breakpoints in the Breakpoint List.