Starting the Code Profiler

To collect data and time stamp information for profiling:

1. Open the Code Profiling window in the integrated development environment (IDE) by selecting Tools>Embedded>CodeProfiling.
2. Begin a Debug Session Main_Debug_Project.png and run Debug_Continue.png the application.
3. Pause program execution (Pause Debug_Pause.png, or break point Window_Debugging_Breakpoints.png)

4. View the data in the Code Profiling window.

Note: Pre-compiled functions are not profiled. Only the C files that are compiled with the project generate the necessary instrumentation settings to enable profiling.

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