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 To set a breakpoint on a line click with the mouse in the the line number to toggle the breakpoint. If you hit f9 (continue) then the application will start to run and stop automatically on this line. Important to be aware that if you want to set a breakpoint in one of the libraries that you select the deployed library. If you select it through the References then that will happen automatically but if you select the file from the project explore (runtime section) then you select the origin of these files. To set a breakpoint on a line click with the mouse in the the line number to toggle the breakpoint. If you hit f9 (continue) then the application will start to run and stop automatically on this line. Important to be aware that if you want to set a breakpoint in one of the libraries that you select the deployed library. If you select it through the References then that will happen automatically but if you select the file from the project explore (runtime section) then you select the origin of these files.
  
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 +To view the content of a variable you can hover the mouse over the variable to see what's inside. In case of objects/arrays you might need to use the right mouse click and select 'inspect variable' to be able to inspect it in the IDE inspector. This inspector allows you to look deeper into your variable/
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 +In the IDE inspector you can get a full view of a variable up to 7 levels deep. 
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