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It is usable when a breakpoint has occured.

Then, in the edit box enter an expression that is valid in the context
you're at (either the breakpoint context or any context from the call
stack).

In Aurora, you even have code completion.

Hope this helps,

Amnon

"Michal Szklanowski" <szklanowski@acn.waw.pl> wrote in message
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Amnon, you're talking about 'Expression evaluation'.
'Quick evaluate expressions' is new feature - I haven't
seen it before. Hence my question goes.


U¿ytkownik "Amnon I. Govrin" <agovrin@freshwater.com> napisa³ w wiadomo¶ci
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It is usable when a breakpoint has occured.

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Then, in the edit box enter an expression that is valid in the context
you're at (either the breakpoint context or any context from the call
stack).

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In Aurora, you even have code completion.

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Hope this helps,

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Amnon

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"Michal Szklanowski" <szklanowski@acn.waw.pl> wrote in message
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