I've got a question concerning breakpoints. I'm new to IntelliJ. Is it possible to put a breakpoint in the middle of a statement, when this statement is split over several lines? I'm used to this feature in other IDE's, so i'm really eager to find out if this is also possible in the IntelliJ debugger too. Since the use of the builder pattern is gaining more and more interest, this feature is very important. Then you could debug in statements like this:
Builder b = new Builder()
without having to assign the intermediate results to a variable. Until now, I haven't been able to do this. Maybe another debugger is needed? Or another compilation is needed? Or instrumentation code has to be added, which isn't retained by default....
Thanks in advance, this would really help.