conditional breakpoint

conditional breakpoint

[kən′dish·ən·əl ′brāk‚pȯint]
(computer science)
A conditional jump that, if a specified switch is set, will cause a computer to stop; the routine may then be continued as coded or a jump may be forced.
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Debugging is improved with conditional breakpoints and a breakpoints window that lets the user explore and control all program breakpoints.
Through a single daisy-chained, on-chip debug port, users can monitor and debug software using a single host with selective conditional breakpoints.
The core supports key software debugging features such as conditional breakpoints, PC trace, single stepping, and up to 48 hardware breakpoints.
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