Friday, September 19, 2014

Creating temporary 'Break Point' in Visual Studio 2013

It's a short one about a cool feature in VS 2013.

While editing your code you can right click and choose 'Run to Cursor'. It will compile your solution, run the app and stop on the line of code where you've clicked 'Run to Cursor'. It will not create a permanent breakpoint. You can also use 'CTRL + F10'.

Felt like sharing.