ENABLE BREAKPOINT

Reactivate an inactive code breakpoint.

Syntax

ENABLE BREAKPOINT {AT expression | /ID=number | /ID=@dbvar | /ALL}

Parameters

expression

The expression which yields the address of the code breakpoint to be reactivated. This can be:

A name of a global variable

An address

The expression is displayed in the Breakpoints window.

/id=number

The decimal id number of the code breakpoint to be reactivated. The id number is displayed in the Breakpoints window.

/id=@dbvar

Reactivates the code breakpoint which belongs to the debugger variable dbvar. The debugger variable is displayed in the Breakpoints window.

/ALL

Reactivates all specified code breakpoints.

Description

This command reactivates the code breakpoint that was deactivated by DISABLE BREAKPOINT.

Example

ENABLE BREAKPOINT /id=15
ENABLE BREAKPOINT AT @LINE 170
ENABLE BREAKPOINT /id=@BPID
ENABLE BREAKPOINT AT location
ENABLE BREAKPOINT AT 0x1000
ENABLE BREAKPOINT /ALL

See Also


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