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I am trying to debug a function ..

fuction()

line1
line2
line3

fuciton ends


I put break points in line1,2,3

but when i executing the code ... its not coming to break point..

instead i can see 4 macro names to run !!

why macros are appearing?
Please explain how i can debug?
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Question by:jaisonshereen
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How are you calling the function?

It appears that you may not ever be getting to the function.

You may want to comment out any other code and just have your call to the function available.
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