Let's Get Technical – (with appologies to Roger Waters) In a recent post (Breakpoints with Side Effects) I wrote about breakpoints with side effects. One of the side effects that I mentioned was the ability to ignore all subsequent exceptions, as well as restore the normal response of the debugger to encountered exceptions (pause the execution of your code).In response, a reader sent me an email asking how to instruct the debugger to ignore exceptions, particularly those that cannot be anticipated. He wrote "when debugging unit-tests that have to trigger exceptions ... I'm not interested in the expected exceptions, ...
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