Visual C++ Environment

i have written a dos-app. In this app i manage Ctrl-C by SetConsoleCtrlHandler(). Things work well when i run my app outside the Visual C++ Environment, but when i try in the Visual C++ Debug environment an exception stops my app. There's some settings to avoid this behavior?
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What have you got in the Debug->Exceptions dialog for "Control-C".  The default is "Stop Always"; you will need "Stop if not handled".  

You can only see this menu while debugging, btw.  

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pFaz69Author Commented:
thanks allym;
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