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Autostepping through Visual Studio 03 debugger

Posted on 2004-11-27
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Last Modified: 2010-04-15
Hi, anyone know of a way to automate stepping through statements in the debugger? I'm trying to get through a loop and have spent over 10 minutes going through the same loop. Step out doesn't seem to actually step out. Is there an add on or something that can automatically iterate through statements in the debugger?? thanks

Question by:dprasad
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Éric Moreau earned 2000 total points
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Step out is used to terminate the current procedure (not loop) and to stop in the calling procedure. One way to exit a loop is to place a breakpoint after your loop and press F5.

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