5.1.4 Temporary Breakpoints
A "temporary breakpoint" is immediately deleted as soon as it is
To set a temporary breakpoint, press _mouse button 3_ on the left of
the source line and select the `Set Temporary Breakpoint' item from the
As a faster alternative, you can simply double-click on the left of
the source line while holding <Ctrl>.
Temporary breakpoints are convenient to make the program continue up
to a specific location: just set the temporary breakpoint at this
location and continue execution.
The `Continue Until Here' item from the popup menu sets a temporary
breakpoint on the left of the source line and immediately continues
execution. Execution stops when the temporary breakpoint is reached.
The `Set Temporary Breakpoint' and `Continue Until Here' items are
also accessible via the `Break' button. Just press and hold _mouse
button 1_ on the button to get a popup menu.
---------- Footnotes ----------
(1) JDB does not support temporary breakpoints.
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