In the Source and Assembler window, you can set breakpoints at each line of your high-level code that contains debug information. These lines are indicated by a blue dot preceding them.
To set a breakpoint in the Source or Assembler window
- Right-click the desired line.
The context menu appears.
- Select Create Breakpoint.
The Create Breakpoint dialog box is opened where you can specify the breakpoint's settings.
- Click Apply or OK in the dialog box to set the breakpoint.
- Alternatively you can also double-click a blue dot in the window to directly set a breakpoint at that line.
Active breakpoints are displayed with a red breakpoint icon: .
To delete a breakpoint
Open the context menu of the Source or Assembler window and select Delete Breakpoint.
Alternatively, you can also double-click the breakpoint icon in the window.
To disable a breakpoint
Open the context menu of the Source or Assembler window and select Disable Breakpoint.
Disabled breakpoints are displayed with a pale breakpoint icon: