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Debugging and Troubleshooting
OpenEdge Debugger : Debugger Window and Files : Debugger window panes : Source code pane : Run to Line command
Run to Line command
The Run to Line command continues program execution until it reaches a selected line of ABL code. Execution resumes with the selected line. If the Debugger encounters a breakpoint or interrupt before reaching the selected line, execution stops, and the Debugger cancels the command. The execution pointer is at the break or interrupt line.
If the selected line is not an executable line of code, the Debugger stops execution on the first executable line after the selected line. If there are no executable lines of code on or after the selected line, the Debugger stops execution on the last executable line of code in the procedure file.
If program execution ends before the Debugger reaches the selected line, the Debugger cancels Run to Line, and the debugging session ends.
To issue Run to Line, right-click on the chosen line in the source code pane and choose Run to Line from the context (right-click) menu.
You can select a line in any procedure file open in the Debugger. The selected line does not have to be in the current procedure.