▄ Run│Run (Ctrl-F9)
The Run command runs your program, using any parameters you pass to it with the Run│command.
If the source code has been modified since the last compilation, the compiler will automatically do a make and link your program.
If you don't want to debug your program, make sure the Options│Compiler│check box is unchecked (off).
If you compile your program with theDebugging check box checked, the resulting executable code will contain debugging information that affects the Run│Run command in the following ways:
1. If you HAVE NOT modified your source code since the last compilation:
■ The Run│Run command causes your program to
run to the next breakpoint, or to the end
if no breakpoints have been set.
2. If you HAVE modified your source code since the last compilation, and:
■ If you ARE NOT stepping through your
program, the compiler recompiles your
program and sets it to run from the
■ If you ARE already stepping through your
program, using the Run│ or Run│
commands, Run│Run prompts you
whether you want to rebuild the program.
■■ If you answer Yes, the compiler makes
and links your program, and sets it to
run from the beginning.
■■ If you answer No, your program runs to
the next breakpoint--or to the end if
no breakpoints are set.