The Frames pane enables you to gain access to the list of threads of your application , export to a text file and customize thread presentation . For each thread, you can view stack frame, examine frames, navigate between frames, and automatically jump to the source code of a frame in the editor. A thread can be chosen via a thread selector drop-down list on top of the pane. The status and type of a thread is indicated by the special icon and textual note next to the thread's name.
To examine the values stored in a frame, use the Variables pane of the Debug tool window.
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|RUNNING||The thread is active and running.|
|WAIT||The thread is waiting for a monitor.|
|UNKNOWN||The status of the thread cannot be determined.|
|A thread group, or a collection of related threads that can be managed as a unit.|
|The current thread group.|
|An active thread.|
|A suspended thread.|
|A frozen thread.|
|A thread at breakpoint.|
|The current thread at breakpoint.|
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|Use the arrow buttons to navigate through the frame stack.|