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How to: Apply Code Changes Explicitly

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In Visual C++, Edit and Continue can apply code changes in two ways. Code changes can be applied implicitly, when you choose an execution command, or explicitly, using the Apply Code Changes command.

When you apply code changes explicitly, your program remains in break mode – no execution occurs.

To apply code changes explicitly

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