Breakpoints allow you to mark a position in a program at which program execution should be interrupted. You can set breaks to occur before or after parenthetical expressions. Breakpoints can only be set from a VLISP text editor window.
If you move the cursor to an ambiguous position, such as in the middle of an expression, VLISP will move the cursor to the nearest parenthesis and display the following message asking whether you agree with the breakpoint placement:
for information on this procedure.The Toggle Breakpoint works as an on/off switch. When no breakpoint exists, Toggle Breakpoint adds a break; if a breakpoint already exists at the cursor position, Toggle Breakpoint removes it. You can also use the Breakpoint Service dialog to remove breakpoints; see