Complex Breakpoint Latched-And

In addition to breakpoint sequences, a Latched-And (hardware AND) is available to AND a list of breakpoints. ANDed breakpoints can be useful when a variable is modified in more than one location and you need to break only when that variable is modified in one particular location.

To create a Breakpoint Latch-And

  1. Right click on an existing breakpoint or shift click to select a group of existing breakpoints and right click on the group.
  2. From the pop-up menu, go to “Complex Breakpoint” and select “Add a New Latched-And”.
  3. Enter a name for your Latched-And in the dialog box and click OK.
  4. The breakpoint(s) will appear under the new Latched-And.

To add Existing Breakpoints to a Latch-And

  1. Right click on an existing breakpoint or shift click to select a group of existing breakpoints and right click on the group.
  2. From the pop-up menu, go to “Complex Breakpoint” and select “Move to Name”, where Name is the name of the Latched-And.

To add a New Breakpoint to a Latch-And

  • Right click on the Latched-And and select “New Breakpoint”.

To remove Breakpoints from a Latch-And:

  1. Right click on an existing breakpoint or shift click to select a group of existing breakpoints and right click on the group.
  2. From the pop-up menu, go to “Complex Breakpoint” and select “Remove from Name”, where Name is the name of the Latched-And.
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