Breakpoint Interface

Definition

The Breakpoint object contains the properties and methods used to programmatically manipulate a Breakpoint.

[System.Runtime.InteropServices.Guid("11C5114C-BB00-11D2-8AD1-00C04F79E479")]
[System.Runtime.InteropServices.TypeLibType(4160)]
public interface Breakpoint
Derived
Attributes

Properties

Children

Gets a collection of objects contained within this code construct.

Collection

Gets the Breakpoints collection

Condition

Specifies the condition for the breakpoint.

ConditionType

Indicates whether the condition type will break the program execution when true or break when changed.

CurrentHits

Indicates the number of times a breakpoint has been hit during the active debugging session.

DTE

Gets the top-level extensibility object.

Enabled

Sets or gets the enabled state of this Breakpoint object.

File

Gets the name of the file that contains the breakpoint or a declaration of the parent object.

FileColumn

Indicates the character location within a line in a file for a file breakpoint.

FileLine

Indicates the line location within a file for a breakpoint.

FunctionColumnOffset

Indicates the column offset from the name of a function breakpoint.

FunctionLineOffset

Indicates the line offset from the name of a function breakpoint.

FunctionName

Gets the name of the function where the breakpoint is set.

HitCountTarget

Gets the hit count target for any type of breakpoint. Interpreted based on the hit count type.

HitCountType

Describes how to interpret a hit count.

Language

Gets the language associated with the name or conditional breakpoint.

LocationType

Indicates the location type this breakpoint represents.

Name

Sets or gets the name of the Breakpoint.

Parent

Gets the immediate parent object of a Breakpoint object.

Program

Gets a reference to a Program object.

Tag

Sets or gets a user-defined string identifying the Breakpoint.

Type

Gets a constant indicating the Breakpoint type.

Methods

Delete()

Deletes the breakpoint.

ResetHitCount()

Resets the current number of hits.

Applies to