Set a Sequence Breakpoint

To set a sequence breakpoint you must first have two or more simple (line, address, data, event) breakpoints set, then:


Open Breakpoints Window

Main Menu:
Window ▶ Debugging ▶ Breakpoints



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Add First Breakpoint to Sequence

Right click on the first breakpoint you want to add to a sequence and select Complex Breakpoint ▶ Add to New Sequence… from the pop-up menu.

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Name the Sequence

Give the sequence a name. This can be anything you want and is simply used to identify this sequence in the breakpoints window.

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Partially Complete Sequence

At this point, you have a sequence that contains one breakpoint. While it will work, it isn't truly a sequence until there are two or more breakpoints within the sequence.

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Add Next Breakpoint to Sequence

Right click on the next breakpoint you want to add to the sequence. Select Complex Breakpoint ▶ Move to MySequence where MySequence is the name you provided in step 3.

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Complete Sequence

After adding a second breakpoint (of any simple type), it is now a functional sequence. However, you can repeat step 5 as many times as needed to insert additional breakpoints to the sequence.

Once you have added all the desired breakpoints to the sequence, you may need to change their order.

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