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How to: Enable or Disable a Breakpoint

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In a source, Disassembly, or Call Stack window, breakpoints appear as red symbols called glyphs in the left margin. (See Breakpoints Overview for glyph descriptions.) The glyph also appears in the Breakpoints window.

To disable a breakpoint

  • In a source, Disassembly, or Call Stack window, right-click on a line containing an enabled breakpoint glyph and choose Disable Breakpoint from the shortcut menu (Breakpoint submenu), or

  • In the Breakpoints window, clear the checkbox next to an enabled breakpoint.

To enable a breakpoint

  • In a source, Disassembly, or Call Stack window, right-click on a line containing a disabled breakpoint glyph and choose Enable Breakpoint from the shortcut menu (Breakpoint submenu), or

  • In the Breakpoints window, set the checkbox next to a disabled breakpoint.

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