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Conditional breakpoints in Eclipse

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by , 02-11-2012 at 02:55 PM (1962 Views)
To debug a Java Program in Eclipse, it allow to setup “conditional break points”. Conditional break points are based on conditions. Your debugging thread will stop when the specified condition is matched at the break point line.

To setup a new conditional break point follow these steps.

• Double click on the required line in your code on which you are interested to setup break point.
• Right click -> Properties -> Insert condition.

The program will stop on this line when the entered condition matched and program is running in debug mode.

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