In this article."Conditional Code Line BreakpointsThe following is an introduction to the settings about
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- 1. what is a conditional code line?
- 2. insert a conditional code line breakpoint
- 3. summary
What is a conditional code line?
A conditional line of code is, as the word implies, a line of code with a condition added to it. A condition is set at a breakpoint, and if the condition is true, the process is paused.
Insert a conditional code line breakpoint
Rather than explaining it in words, let's actually insert a conditional code line breakpoint and run it.
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STEP1. Open Chrome DevTools
For Windows, click here → F12 or Shift + Ctrl + I
For Mac, click here → Cmd + Opt + I
STEP2. Click the "Sources" tab when Chrome DevTools opens.
STEP3. Left-click the row number column.
STEP4.The blue icon is displayed in the row number column that you clicked, and right-click.
STEP5. Left-click "Edit breakpoint...".
STEP6.Set the condition when you want to pause the process (This time, set it to pause when x is 100 or more)
Here is the operation screen
The process proceeded without being paused by the orange icon. This is because I inserted a breakpoint to stop the process if the condition setting is "x is 100 or more".
Since x = 30, the condition "if x is less than or equal to 100" is met, so the process was paused this time.
You can set various conditions to conditional code line breakpoints. They are very useful when you want to stop processing under specific conditions, so please try to use them!
In this article, I explained how to insert a conditional code line breakpoint. The condition can be a string as well as a number, so try it out! Thank you for your patience with this article.