Running to a Location (Windows CE 5.0)
You can command the debugger to run your code until it reaches a location where the cursor is set (Run to Cursor), or until it reaches a specified function. In addition, you can set the next source or disassembly statement to execute.
If you choose Run to Cursor, your code starts and then runs until it reaches a breakpoint or the cursor location, whichever comes first.
If you command the debugger to run your code until it reaches a specified function, the debugger enters a break state when it first encounters the specified function. You can specify the function by name (using the toolbar) or you can choose it from the call stack.
The following topics provide more information about commanding the debugger to run from a break state.
- Running to a Specified Function
- Running to a Specified Cursor Location
- Running the Debugger Until a Breakpoint is Reached
- Running to the Cursor Location
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