After identifying problems in the testing process, you can use the Visual FoxPro debugging environment to isolate those problems by:
Starting a debugging session
Tracing through code
Suspending program execution
Seeing stored values
In This Section
- How to: Use the Debugger
- Describes how to use the debugger to trace through code during execution.
- Explains how to use breakpoints to suspend program execution. Breakpoints can be used to suspend an application so that you can check the values of variables and properties, see environtment settings, and examine code sections.
- How to: See Stored Values
- Describes how to see values stored in run-time variables, array elements, properties, and expressions using the Locals, Watch, or Trace windows.
- Output Display
- Discusses how to display or save debug information.
- Trace Window
- Describes the Trace windows and how it enables you to see lines of code as they are being executed.
- Debugger Window
- Describes the Debugger window and provides links to topics describing the various features.
- DEBUG Command
- Provides information on how to use the DEBUG command to open the Debugger window.