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How to move into the ReadPythonNews()

During debugging If we place a breakpoint on news = ReadPythonNews(GetItemCount()), how to move into ReadPythonNews() and eventually to the last line of ReadPythonNews() which is return news[:count]

Trying to do the part of the tutorial(https://wingware.com/doc/int... displayed below

Try stepping or running to a breakpoint on the last line of this function, which reads return news[:count]. In this context, right-clicking on news under locals in Stack Data allows viewing the value in textual form or as an array.

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asked 2022-06-29 10:30:40 -0500
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updated 2022-06-30 06:50:27 -0500
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For the specific case where you want to step into ReadPythonNews, Step Into will go into GetItemCount then Step Out will go into ReadPythonNews. Or set a breakpoint at the end of ReadPythonNews by clicking on the leftmost margin next to that line in the editor. We'll try to make the instructions in the tutorial clearer.

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answered 2022-06-29 11:12:18 -0500
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If you're stopped at the news = ReadPythonNews(GetItemCount()) line, Debug > Step Into should step into the function calls, first into GetItemCount() and then after more stepping, into ReadPythonNews(). You may want Debug > Step Over and Debug > Step Out when in GetItemsCount().

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answered 2022-06-29 10:46:11 -0500
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