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Unformatted text preview: c drop a marker into the code so when it runs the execution will stop at that point c allows you to not have to go step by step through things you believe are correct c Step Over c takes one step in the current method c if that step is a method call, it performs that whole method call and steps to the next line in the current method c Step Into c takes one step in the current method c if that step is a method call, it steps into that method so that you can then step through it before getting to the next line in the method you were in CMSC 131 Fal 2009 Jan Plane 4 Eclipse c Perspective c Debug Perspective c Java Perspective c Run c Debug As… c Run As… c Know if it is still running c Watch the red square – click it to kill CMSC 131 Fal 2009 Jan Plane 5 Corner Cases c Those that fit between c or are different than the normal c examples: c really long c empty string c single character word...
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2011 for the course CMSC 131 taught by Professor Plane during the Fall '08 term at Maryland.
- Fall '08