Use the toolbar buttons to add or remove breakpoints, and group them by package, file or class.
The options depend on the selected breakpoint type:
|Option||Description||Types of breakpoints|
|Enabled||Select this option to enable breakpoints. If a breakpoint is disabled, PyCharm Edu will skip it during the debugging process.|
|Suspend||Select this checkbox to suspend program when a breakpoint is hit. If the checkbox is not selected, the program is not suspended.||All types|
|Condition|| Select this checkbox and specify a condition for hitting the breakpoint. |
A condition is a Boolean expression.
This expression should be valid at the line where the breakpoint is set, and is evaluated every time the breakpoint is reached. If the evaluation result is
If the result is
|Log to console|| Select if you want to log the following events to console: ||All types|
|Evaluate and log||Select this checkbox if you wish to evaluate a certain expression at this breakpoint and to export the result to the console output. Press Shift+Enter to open the multiline editor.||Line breakpoints|
|Remove once hit||Select if you want the breakpoint to be deleted after it was hit.||All types|
|Disable until breakpoint is hit||From the drop-down list, select the breakpoint in question. The None option corresponds to the always enabled breakpoint. |
Besides that, you can also choose the behavior of this breakpoint, when the selected one is hit:
Context menu commands
|Move to group||Point to this command to move the selected breakpoint to a new group, to one of the existing groups (|
|Edit description||Choose this command to enter or change description of a breakpoint.|
Speed search of a breakpoint
To find a particular breakpoint
- Start typing address or description of the target breakpoint.
PyCharm Edu highlights the line with the matching address or description.