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Breakpoints with Side Effects

Let's Get Technical – A breakpoint with a side effect is a breakpoint that causes a task to be performed upon encountering the enabled breakpoint within your application. Of course, such a breakpoint only performs its side effect when your code is running with Delphi's debugger attached to the process. Nonetheless, this type of breakpoint can be extremely useful, especially when you are in the testing phase of your application development.This article will show you how to create breakpoints that cause side effects. It begins with a general overview of breakpoints, and continues with a discussion of non-breaking ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? caryblog@jensendatasystems.com @ 2010-08-31 01:32

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