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Debug Toolbar

The Debug toolbar   offers the following functionality while a script is executed in Debug Mode:

Start/Continue debugging. Execution goes to the next breakpoint.

Stop debugging. Script execution launched in Debug mode is stopped.

Step into. The script is executed step by step (at each line, execution stops).

Step over. All the lines within the Sub/Function are executed in a single step (no stop) and execution stops at the next line in the current script.

Step out. All the lines of the Sub/Function where the execution point is now located are executed in a single step (no stop) and execution stops at the next line after the call.

Run to cursor. The script executes at normal speed and stops just before executing the pointed line.

Toggle breakpoint. Insert/Remove a breakpoint : the script executes at normal speed and stops just before executing the line where the breakpoint has been inserted.

Remove all breakpoints. Delete all the breakpoints (when the Editor window is closed, all the breakpoints are lost).



See also

About Debug Mode
Debug Mode in Action on a Sample Script
Step by Step Execution
Step Over
Step Out
Run To Cursor
Breakpoints
Watch Variables