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Dragging the debugger yellow arrrow

curiouswebster
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I see how I can move the line of execution forwards and backwards during debugging, but is there a way to switch backwards to the calling function?

Once control is inside a function, I am fine. But once there can I step back to the function which called it?

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Commented:
did you try right clicking and then clicking set next statement ?
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Look at the call stack window - you see where it was called from and can navigate between functions.
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Using the Call Stack does get me back out of the function so I can inspect the value, but it does not move the execution point backward. The links we simplified degugging tricks...

Thanks