Breakpoints (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)
A breakpoint tells the debugger that an application should pause execution at a certain point. When a break occurs, your program is said to be in a break state.
Entering a break state does not terminate or end the execution of your program. Execution can be resumed (continued) at any time.
During the break, you can:
Examine the positions and states of functions, variables, and objects to look for bugs.
Modify the program.
Change the value of a variable.
Move the execution point, which changes the statement that is executed when execution resumes.