Breakpoints - Using Pass Count

Applies to TestComplete 15.64, last modified on June 12, 2024

The Pass count property of a breakpoint specifies that the execution stops at the breakpoint on every N passes. For instance, Pass Count equal to 3 stops the execution on iterations of 3, 6, 9, and so on. You can edit this property in the Breakpoints panel or in the Breakpoint Properties dialog.

When you assign the value that is greater than 0 to the Pass Count property, TestComplete changes the breakpoint mark from to (or from to ) to indicate that the breakpoint is a conditional breakpoint. You can modify this property even if the breakpoint is disabled (in this case, TestComplete changes the mark from to ).

See Also

Conditional Breakpoints
Using Breakpoints
About Breakpoints Panel
Breakpoint Properties Dialog

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