Running and Debugging
|Use this shortcut to...
|Run a program.
|Choose configuration and run
|Quickly select run/debug configuration and run or edit it.
|Repeat execution with the same settings, with the same tab of the Run tool window having the focus.
|Rerun without loosing the focus in the editor
|Repeat execution with the same settings, with the same tab of the editor having the focus.
|Debug a program.
|Choose configuration and debug
|Quickly select run/debug configuration and debug or edit it.
|Step to the next line in the current file. See Stepping Through the Program.
|Step to the next executed line. See Stepping Through the Program.
|Smart Step Into
|Select the method to step in, if the current line contains multiple method call expressions. See Choosing a Method to Step Into.
|Step to a first executed line after returning from the current method. See Stepping Through the Program.
|Force Step Over
|Run until the next line in this method or file, skipping the methods referenced at the current execution point and ignoring breakpoints. See Stepping Through the Program.
|Force Step Into
|Steps into the method called in the current execution point even if this method is to be skipped. See Stepping Through the Program.
|Run to Cursor
|Run to the line where the caret is located. See Stepping Through the Program.
|Force Run To Cursor
|Run to the line where the caret is located, ignoring breakpoints. See Stepping Through the Program.
|Resume program execution.
|Terminate a debugging session.
|Evaluate an arbitrary expression.
|Quick Evaluate Expression
|Evaluate an arbitrary expression without calling Evaluate Expression dialog.
|Toggle breakpoint at the current line.
|View/manage all breakpoints.
Last modified: 20 April 2016