Re: Using debugger in Mathematica 6 ?
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- Subject: [mg80368] Re: Using debugger in Mathematica 6 ?
- From: Nazdrovje <nazdrovje at gmail.com>
- Date: Mon, 20 Aug 2007 03:37:16 -0400 (EDT)
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You should select the whole function: head, brackets and arguments,
before assigning a breakpoint.
On Aug 16, 1:23 pm, Alex <axel.kow... at rub.de> wrote:
> I try to use the debugger in Mathematica 6 and have problems to get the
> breakpoints working.
> I enable the debugger under Evaluation/Debugger and have the debugger
> tools window and breakpoint window displayed.
> I set the cursor in a function that I have written and press F9 to
> toggle a bp. In my breakpoint window I see that the bp is there and
> active. But when I then call my function, the debugger does NOT stop
> at the bp :-(
> Any idea why?
> The bp seems to be associated with expressions and not code lines.
> Does this mean it is important which part of the expression I select
> for the bp? Is there a tutorial how to use the debugger ?
> Many thanks,
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