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Chapter 15. Debugging: Your Key to Succe... > Using Breakpoints to Troubleshoot

Using Breakpoints to Troubleshoot

As mentioned, a breakpoint is a point at which Access will unconditionally halt the execution of code. You can set multiple breakpoints in your code. You can add and remove breakpoints as your code executes.

A breakpoint enables you to halt your code execution at a suspicious area of code. This enables you to examine everything that is going on at that point in your code execution. By strategically placing breakpoints in your code, you quickly can execute sections of code that you already debugged, stopping only at problem areas.


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