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Is there a way to go to the latest breakpoint directly if there is more than 1 breakpoint in the source?

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Hi there;

In VS2010, is there a way to go to the latest breakpoint directly if there is more than 1 breakpoint in the source?

I mean, in my code, i had utilized too many bps and I want to disable those completely but don't know where they are since there are too many source files.

Kind regards.
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If you select Debug > Windows > Breakpoints from the main menu, that will give you a window showing all of the breakpoints in the current project including the class/module name and line number.
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When you are debugging, choose Debug->Disable all breakpoints and Enable just the breakpoint you need (press F9).

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Chandra
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swift and nice
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