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How to: Specify a Breakpoint Filter

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A breakpoint filter limits the behavior of a breakpoint to specified machines, processes, and threads. Breakpoint filters can be useful when you are debugging a parallel application that is spread across multiple processors.

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To specify a breakpoint filter

  1. In the Breakpoints window, right-click a breakpoint and choose Filter from the shortcut menu,

    —or—

    In a source, Disassembly, or Call Stack, right-click a line containing a breakpoint glyph and choose Filter from Breakpoints in the shortcut menu.

    In the Breakpoint Filters dialog box, use the Filter box to specify machines by name and processes or threads by either name or ID number.

  2. Click OK.

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