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Equivalent <CTRL> + <BREAK> in C#

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Hi,

I got an pop-up error when I tried to run my window application.
However, I have no idea which line of code is causing the problem. Is
there a way to figurate that out? In VB, when I do <CTRL+ <BREAK,
it will jump to the line where the error occurs, is there a similar
feature in C#?

Please help. Your suggestion would be greatly appreciated.

Sep 6 '07 #1
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sw**********@yahoo.com wrote:
Hi,

I got an pop-up error when I tried to run my window application.
However, I have no idea which line of code is causing the problem. Is
there a way to figurate that out? In VB, when I do <CTRL+ <BREAK,
it will jump to the line where the error occurs, is there a similar
feature in C#?

Please help. Your suggestion would be greatly appreciated.
Ummm... <Ctrl><Breakstopped the code wherever it was running and does
in C# too however you will probably find this menu option more helpful:
Debug | Exceptions check the Thrown box on Common Language Runtime
Exceptions and the code will stop when it errors.
Sep 6 '07 #2

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