from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A point of discontinuity, change, or cessation.
- n. Computer Science A point in a program at which operation may be interrupted for manual intervention.
- n. A situation in tennis in which one more point is needed to break the opponent's serve.
- n. The point awarded in such a situation.
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- n. A point in a program at which operation may be interrupted during debugging so that the state of the program at that point can be investigated.
- n. The point where surface water waves are breaking in e.g. oceans, lakes, etc.
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"In Sweden, we have what we call a breakpoint conversation, a communication about the transition to end-of-life care," Dr. Gunilla Lundquist, a palliative care specialist at Umea University and lead author of the study, told me in an interview.
"In Sweden, we have what we call a breakpoint conversation, a communication about the transition to end-of-life care," lead author Dr. Gunilla Lundquist, a palliative care specialist at Umea University, told me in an interview.
Where the discount kicks in is called a "breakpoint" -- but tons of investors aren't getting the discounts they deserve.
At the point you want to stop-call this a "breakpoint" - copy out the old instruction and operand, insert a trap in its place.
A breakpoint is a marker which indicates that program execution should stop at a particular point while running the program in a debugger.
Lewin calls the breakpoint regions "hotspots of evolution in the genome."
& Co. $1 million for submitting inaccurate mutual-fund "breakpoint" data, as well as for related supervisory deficiencies.
Execution then proceeds at full speed as though you weren't debugging until the interpreter hits one of these "breakpoint" traps.
However if the "breakpoint" is to persist, the trap needs to stay in place and the instruction simulated.
In this particular sp, sql was failing because, i was not providing the correct parameter but i had to do the 'breakpoint' in my code to know that. .i was expecting, if sql was erroring out b/c of wrong parameter, it shud have gone to the sql-catch and wud have come back with value 1 to c# DAL code, which in turn was suppose to be assigned to the
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