Toolbar Buttons

Except for the breakpoint button, each button on the toolbar is equivalent to a menu command. For a full description of each button's effects, see the page for the corresponding menu command.

The buttons on the toolbar have the following effects.

ButtonDescription
Screen shot of the Open Source File button

Opens a source file as a read-only file. Equivalent to File | Open Source File.

Screen shot of the Cut button

Removes the selected text from the active window and puts it on the clipboard. Equivalent to Edit | Cut.

Screen shot of the Copy button

Copies the selected text from the active window to the clipboard. Equivalent to Edit | Copy.

Screen shot of the Paste button

Pastes the text on the clipboard to where the cursor is located. Equivalent to Edit | Paste.

Screen shot of the Go button

Starts or resumes execution. Execution continues until a breakpoint is reached, an exception or event occurs, the process ends, or the debugger breaks into the target. Equivalent to Debug | Go.

Screen shot of the Restart button

Restarts execution at the beginning of the process. Equivalent to Debug | Restart.

Screen shot of the Stop Debugging button

Stops execution and terminates the target process permanently. Equivalent to Debug | Stop Debugging.

Screen shot of the Break button

In user mode, this button stops the process and its threads. In kernel mode, this button breaks into the target computer. Control is returned to the debugger. This button is also useful for cutting off long Debugger Command window displays. Equivalent to Debug | Break.

Screen shot of the Step Into button

Executes a single instruction. If the instruction is a function call, the debugger steps into the function. Equivalent to Debug | Step Into.

Screen shot of the Step Over button

Executes a single instruction. If the instruction is a function call, the debugger executes the whole function in one step. Equivalent to Debug | Step Over.

Screen shot of the Step Out button

Executes the rest of the current function, and breaks when the function return is completed. Equivalent to Debug | Step Out.

Screen shot of the Run to Cursor button

Executes all instructions from the current instruction up to the instruction marked in the active Disassembly window or Source window. Equivalent to Debug | Run to Cursor.

Screen shot of the Breakpoints button

If the active window is a Source or Disassembly window: Inserts a breakpoint at the current line. (If there already is a breakpoint set at the current line, this button removes the breakpoint.)

Otherwise: Opens the Breakpoints dialog box like Edit | Breakpoints.

Screen shot of the Command button

Opens or activates the Debugger Command window. Equivalent to View | Command.

Screen shot of the Watch button

Opens or activates the Watch window. Equivalent to View | Watch.

Screen shot of the Locals button

Opens or activates the Locals window. Equivalent to View | Locals.

Screen shot of the Registers button

Opens or activates the Registers window. Equivalent to View | Registers.

Screen shot of the Memory button

Opens a new Memory window. Equivalent to View | Memory.

Screen shot of the Call Stack button

Opens or activates the Calls window. Equivalent to View | Call Stack.

Screen shot of the Disassembly button

Opens or activates the Disassembly window. Equivalent to View | Disassembly.

Screen shot of the Scratch Pad button

Opens or activates the Scratch Pad. Equivalent to View | Scratch Pad.

Screen shot of the Source Mode button

Switches between source-mode and assembly-mode debugging. Equivalent to selecting or clearing Debug | Source Mode.

Screen shot of the Font button

Enables you to change the font that is used in the debugging information windows. Equivalent to View | Font.

Screen shot of the Options button

Displays the Options dialog box. Equivalent to View | Options.

 

 

 

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