Once the application starts running under the control of the debugger, it behaves and performs as usual.
To interrupt a running C++ application, select Debug > Interrupt. The debugger automatically interrupts the application when it hits a breakpoint.
Once the application stops, Qt Creator:
- Retrieves data representing the call stack at the application's current position.
- Retrieves the contents of local variables.
- Examines expressions.
- Updates the Registers, Modules, and Disassembler views if you are debugging C++ based applications.
You can Examine and change variables, set or remove breakpoints, and then continue running the application.
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