SHOW BREAKPOINT

Display code breakpoint parameters.

Syntax

SHOW BREAKPOINT AT expression

SHOW BREAKPOINT /ID=number

SHOW BREAKPOINT /ID=@dbvar

SHOW BREAKPOINT /ALL

Parameters

AT expression

Displays the code breakpoint at the address denoted by expression. The parameter expression can be:

A line number in a source module denoted as “module\@LINE number” or “@LINE number

A global name of a procedure

An address

/id=number

Displays the code breakpoint with the id number number.

/id=@dbvar

Displays the code breakpoint which belongs to the debugger variable dbvar. The debugger variable may be specified while setting the code breakpoint.

/ALL

All existing code breakpoints are shown.

Description

The SHOW BREAKPOINT command displays the status and count, expression and action parameters for code breakpoints and their id numbers in the Console window.

The status can be ENABLE, DISABLE, or CURRENT. The status CURRENT means that the last program stop is caused by this point.

Example

SHOW BREAKPOINT AT 0x82A4
SHOW BREAKPOINT /id=13
SHOW BREAKPOINT /id=@DBID
SHOW BREAKPOINT /ALL

See Also


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