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watchpoint

An option in certain debuggers that allows the programmer to stop the program when a specified data area is being accessed for reading or writing. It is a breakpoint for data rather than code. See breakpoint and watch variable.
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Bait and switch the hackers using the WatchPoint decoy files.
Over the winter, RSPB Conwy will build a Nature Observatory next to its coffee shop and a new watchpoint overlooking the high tide wader roost.
edu) is the head of the Object-Based Media Group at the MIT Media Laboratory and a founder of WatchPoint Media, Inc.
Once on Komodo, expert guides took the party through a jungle-like forest to a watchpoint where we witnessed prehistoric-looking monsters.
WildPackets says it can, and has announced a product, WatchPoint 3.
The serial-wire trace [SWT] in a Cortex-M3 core gives you instruction information every few cycles, and when watchpoint matches occur.
A Kite Watchpoint has been set up and opens tomorrow, the Northern Kites project announced yesterday.
Miller has also held the position of CEO of WatchPoint Media, an MIT Media Lab interactive TV spinoff, that was sold to Goldpocket/Tandberg Television in 2003.
This week, our site manager had great views of the water vole from our wildlife watchpoint.
Ericsson - Ericsson WatchPoint Content Management System, v2.
Assistant warden Dean Heward said: "When we discovered that water voles were swimming in the ditch at the end of the Wildlife Watchpoint cut, which is an open channel in the reedbed, I decided to try and tempt them closer to the hide, so that visitors could see them.
The sessions will be held at the Stockton site's lamb watchpoint between 11am and 3pm today and tomorrow.