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commenting out objects

Question asked by ramarquardt on Mar 27, 2002

Our workaround is to put an IF/THEN/ELSE box colored RED
with the first entry "0". The first output pings the object or group of
objects to be bypassed.

....Rob






ASHLEYDER@aol.com@lvld.agilent.com on 03/28/2002 02:38:26 AM

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Dave Andersen wrote:


I would LOVE to be able to /*comment out*/ an object temporarily when I'm
debugging a program.  A button similar to the breakpoint, but, instead of
stopping, the object is "jumped over" and execution can be tested without
removing the object.

Does anyone have a  work around for this - Personally, this would be the
most
useful addition of all of those in the gripe list.

regards,

Ashley Derrick

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