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Self-Review Exercises


Fill in the blanks in each of the following statements:

  1. When the debugger suspends program execution at a breakpoint, the program is said to be in ___________ mode.

  2. The ___________ feature in Visual Studio .NET allows you to "peek into the computer" and look at the value of a variable.

  3. You can examine the value of an expression by using the debugger's ___________ window.

  4. The ___________ command behaves like the Step Into command when the next statement to execute does not contain a function call.


State whether each of the following is true or false. If false, explain why.

  1. When program execution suspends at a breakpoint, the next statement to be executed is the statement after the breakpoint.

  2. When a variable's value is changed, it becomes yellow in the Autos and Locals windows.

  3. During debugging, the Step Out command executes the remaining statements in the current function and returns program control to the place where the function was called.

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