When Breakpoint Is Hit Dialog Box

 

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With this dialog box, you can customize the action that occurs when a breakpoint is hit.

Print a Message
Prints a message, using DebuggerDisplay syntax. For more information, see Using the DebuggerDisplay Attribute.

This textbox also supports special keywords (such as $ADDRESS) that can be used by themselves or within the curly braces of a DebuggerDisplay expression. The available keywords are listed on the dialog box.

Continue Execution
This control is enabled only when Print a Message is selected. With this control selected, you can use a breakpoint as a tracepoint to trace your program execution, rather than breaking when the location is hit.

Using Breakpoints
Using the DebuggerDisplay Attribute

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