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Continue Code Execution
When you run your code, execution may stop if:
- An untrapped occurs.
- A trapped run-time error occurs, and Break on All Errors is selected on the General tab of the Options dialog box (Tools menu).
- A previously set is encountered.
- A Stop statement in your code is encountered, switching the mode to .
- An End statement in your code is encountered, switching the mode to .
- You halt execution manually at a given point.
- A , which you set to break when the value has changed or break when the value is true, is encountered.
To halt execution manually
- To switch to break mode, choose Break (CTRL+BREAK) from the Run menu, or use the toolbar shortcut: .
- To switch to design time, choose Reset <projectname> from the Run menu, or use the toolbar shortcut: .
To continue execution when your application has halted
- On the Run menu, click Continue (F5), or use the toolbar shortcut: .
– Or –
- On the Debug menu, click Step Into (F8), Step Over (SHIFT+F8), Step Out (CTRL+SHIFT+F8), or Run To Cursor (CTRL+F8)(.
To continue execution when your application has halted because of a handled error
- Press ALT+F8 to step through the error-handler.
– Or –
- Press ALT+F5 to resume execution by running through the error-handler.