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Terminate the current WHILE loop within a batch file.
This command is used within batchfiles. It is only effective within a WHILE loop: it terminates the current WHILE loop.
The BREAK command has no effect if called outside a loop.
! Example batch file break.xdb
set val @input = 0
while 1 then
set val @input = @input + 1
if @input == 5 then breakpoint end
If this example batch file is executed, the debugger variable input is set to 0. input is incremented by 1 and the value is displayed in the Console window (eval @input). If input reaches the value 5, the loop is interrupted by the break command.
Execute a batch file.
Skip the remaining part of a WHILE loop within a batch file.
Execute a command within a batch file.
Finish the debug session or terminate execution of a batch file.
Continue the command execution at a specific line within a batchfile.
Specify a condition within a batch file.
Label a line within a batch file.
Create a dialog box which displays a message string and prompts the user for input.
Execute a command list as long as the result of a specific expression is true.
Prompt for commands as described in the Debugger Command Reference.