I am working in asp.net and debugging an application.
Sometimes there are scenarios in which I need to go back to a break point that I have passed. Is there any way to go back to that break point? I am debugging using F5 and F10 and press SHIFT+F5 to stop debugging.
I searched on google, but not finding the required answer.
Please guide me regarding this. I'll be thankful.
At least in Visual Studio 2010 you can drag the yellow arrow showing your current line you're debugging. It doesn't work all the times though.
I've used that if I had accidently passed a function I should have debugged.
If you have VS 2010 Ultimate IntelliTrace, by default, records breakpoint state. You can go back an examine the state at the breakpoint.
you can drag the yellow arrow which line u want debugging .