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How can I continue from breakpoint N times?

I am debugging a file scanner and I have a breakpoint set at file.readline(). I see in the file it fails at line 3211. How do I continue from breakpoint 3210 times then step through to find the bug?

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asked 2021-12-11 11:54:28 -0600
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updated 2021-12-12 08:37:38 -0600
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You can right-click on the breakpoint, select Ignore Breakpoint, and then enter an ignore count.

However, in a lot of cases it may be easier to set a conditional breakpoint to isolate the case you want to debug. This is also done by right-clicking on the breakpoint margin, either to create a conditional breakpoint or edit an existing breakpoint's condition.

There are details on this at https://wingware.com/doc/debug/settin...

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answered 2021-12-12 08:40:14 -0600
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Thank you, I am now rolling again!

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