Modify a Line Breakpoint

To modify the properties of a line breakpoint that you have previously set:


Open the Breakpoints Window

Main Menu:
Window > Debugging > Breakpoints



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Open the Breakpoint's Properties Window

Right click on the breakpoint whose properties you wish to modify and select Customize from the pop-up menu.

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Modify the Properties

Change the properties as desired and click OK when done.

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For a line breakpoint, the only option available is a Pass Count. There are three options:
Option Description
Always Break Breaks every time the program hits the specified line.
Break occurs Count instructions after Event Breaks after the specified line is hit plus the number of instructions specified by Count.
Event must occur Count times Breaks after the line has been hit the number of times specified by Count.

Always Break is the default condition. The other two options both accept one parameter called Count, which causes the break to occur later than the event that triggered it. For example, if you set the condition to 'Event must occur Count times' and specify a value of 5 for Count, then your program would have to hit that line 5 times before it would break.

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