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Start Command

Begins the debug process and allows you to specify how errors are handled.

Debug.Start [address]

Arguments

address
Optional. The address at which the program suspends execution, similar to a breakpoint in source code.

Remarks

The Start command, when executed, performs a RunToCursor operation to the specified address.

Example

This example starts the debugger and ignores any exceptions that occur.

>Debug.Start

See Also

Visual Studio Commands with Arguments | Command Window | Find/Command Box | Pre-defined Visual Studio Command Aliases

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