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Debug Shortcut Keys, Visual C++ 6.0 Default Shortcut Option

Use the following shortcut key combinations while debugging your code.

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NoteNote:

To see a list of shortcut keys that have changed or are no longer supported in Visual C++ .NET, see Obsolete Visual C++ 6.0 Key Commands and Changes to Visual C++ 6.0 Key Commands.

Command name

Shortcut keys

Description

Debug.ApplyCodeChanges

ALT + F10

Apply changes made to code without stopping debug mode. See Edit and Continue for more information.

Debug.Autos

CTRL + ALT + V, A

Displays the Autos window to view the values of variables currently in the scope of the current line of execution within the current procedure. See Breaking Execution for more information.

Debug.BreakAll

CTRL + ALT + BREAK

Temporarily stops execution of all processes in a debugging session. Available only in run mode.

Debug.Breakpoints

ALT + F9 CTRL + ALT + B

Displays the New Breakpoint dialog box, where you can add and modify breakpoints. See Breakpoints Overview for more information.

Debug.CallStack

ALT + 7 CTRL + ALT + C

Displays the Call Stack window to display a list of all active procedures or stack frames for the current thread of execution. Available only in run mode. See How to: Use the Call Stack Window for more information.

Debug.ClearAllBreakpoints

CTRL + SHIFT + F9

Clears all the breakpoints in the project.

Debug.Disassembly

ALT + 8

Displays the Disassembly window. See How to: Use the Disassembly Window for more information.

Debug.EnableBreakpoint

CTRL + F9

Enables breakpoint at the current line.

Debug.Exceptions

CTRL + ALT + E

Displays the Exceptions dialog box. See Continuing Execution After an Exception for more information.

Debug.Immediate

CTRL + ALT + I

Displays the Immediate window, where you can evaluate expressions and execute individual commands.

Debug.Locals

ALT + 4 CTRL + ALT + V, L

Displays the Locals window to view the variables and their values for each procedure in the current stack frame.

Debug.Memory1

ALT + 6 CTRL + ALT + M, 1

Displays the Memory 1 window to view large buffers, strings, and other data that do not display clearly in the Watch or Variables window.

Debug.Memory2

CTRL + ALT + M, 2

Displays the Memory 2 window to view large buffers, strings, and other data that do not display clearly in the Watch or Variables window.

Debug.Memory3

CTRL + ALT + M, 3

Displays the Memory 3 window to view large buffers, strings, and other data that do not display clearly in the Watch or Variables window.

Debug.Memory4

CTRL + ALT + M, 4

Displays the Memory 4 window to view large buffers, strings, and other data that do not display clearly in the Watch or Variables window.

Debug.Modules

CTRL + ALT + U

Displays the Modules window, which allows you to view the .dll or .exe files used by the program. See How to: Use the Modules Window for more information.

Debug.NewBreakpoint

CTRL + B

Inserts or clears a breakpoint in the current line of code.

Debug.QuickWatch

CTRL + ALT + Q SHIFT + F9

Displays the QuickWatch dialog box with the current value of the selected expression. Available only in break mode. Use this command to check the current value of a variable, property, or other expression for which you have not defined a watch expression.

Debug.Registers

ALT + 5 CTRL + ALT + G

Displays the Registers window, which displays registers content for debugging native-code applications. See How to: Use the Registers Window for more information.

Debug.Restart

CTRL + SHIFT + F5

Terminates a debugging session, rebuilds, and then starts running the application from the beginning again. Available in break and run modes.

Debug.RunningDocuments

CTRL + ALT + N

Displays the Running Documents window, which displays the set of documents that are in the process you are debugging. Available in run mode.

Debug.RunToCursor

CTRL + F10

In break mode, resumes execution of your code from the current statement to the selected statement. The Current Line of Execution margin indicator appears in the Margin Indicator bar. See Run to the Cursor Location for more information.

Debug.SetNextStatement

CTRL + SHIFT + F10

Sets the execution point to the line of code you choose. See Setting the Execution Point for more information.

Debug.ShowNextStatement

ALT + NUM *

Highlights the next statement to be executed.

Debug.Start

F5

Automatically attaches the debugger and runs the application from the startup form specified in the <Project> Properties dialog box. Changes to Continue if in break mode.

Debug.StartWithoutDebugging

CTRL + F5

Runs the code without invoking the debugger.

Debug.StepInto

F11

Executes code one statement at a time, following execution into function calls. See Stepping Into for more information.

Debug.StepOut

SHIFT + F11

Executes the remaining lines of a function in which the current execution point lies. See Stepping for more information.

Debug.StepOver

F10

Executes the next line of code but does not follow execution through any function calls.

Debug.StopDebugging

SHIFT + F5

Stops running the current application in the program. Available in break and run modes.

Debug.This

CTRL + ALT + V, T

Displays the This window, which allows you to view the data members of the object associated with the current method.

Debug.Threads

CTRL + ALT + H

Displays the Threads window to view all of the threads for the current process and information about them. See How to: Use the Threads Window for more information.

Debug.ToggleBreakpoint

F9

Sets or removes a breakpoint at the current line.

Debug.ToggleDisassembly

CTRL + F11

Displays the disassembly information for the current source file. Available only in break mode.

Tools.DebugProcesses

CTRL + ALT + P

Displays the Processes window, which allows you to debug multiple programs at the same time in a single solution. See How to: Use the Processes Window for more information.

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