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In VB6 I used to use AddWatch if I needed for instance to break if Text
property of the text box is changed to "Hello, World".
In VB.Net I'd like to do the same, but cannot find the way to do it.
AddWatch window doesn't give me the choice to select condition. I can set
condition on BreakPoint in the BreakPoint window only.
So, what do I have to do in order to catch the change of Text property of
the textbox or ActiveRow in Combo and so on?
Thank you
Vlad
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Use a Breakpoint. You can now create conditional breakpoints in VS.NET.
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In VB6 I used to use AddWatch if I needed for instance to break if Text
property of the text box is changed to "Hello, World".
In VB.Net I'd like to do the same, but cannot find the way to do it.
AddWatch window doesn't give me the choice to select condition. I can set
condition on BreakPoint in the BreakPoint window only.
So, what do I have to do in order to catch the change of Text property of
the textbox or ActiveRow in Combo and so on?
Thank you
Vlad

Jul 19 '05 #2

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