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I know you can set breakpoints without using F6 by typing break and the line number at the debug screen. I need to know how to set up a conditional break point. I essentially need to know exactly when a field is being populated. How would something like this be correctly written: "break when badd3...
PLEASE GUIDE ME HOW CAN DEBUG A COBOL/400 PROGRAM?