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I need to break on a value change in vc10 c++.  The microsoft documentation is not correct for c++.
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by:AndyAinscow
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Visual studio 2010, C++ app:

      int i = 3;
      for(int j = 0; j < 5; j++)
      {
            i = i + 4;    //Line with breakpoint
      }

I've put a breakpoint with a condition i<=14 and set the check to break if the condition value changes.

The breakpoint is hit after the loop has executed a few times (i is now equal to 15)  - ie. everything works correctly.
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by:artwilkes
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What I need to do is get a break when the i value in your solution changes, and the problem is configuring vc10 c++ so that this happens.  I need this configuration step by step.  The help files indicate menu items and dialog boxes that don't seem to exist. Sorry the previous question did not have enough detail.
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oops, hit return key too soon.
Step 1) previous comment - right click on breakpoint and select 'condition' from context menu
Step 2) Set your conditions
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