Start debugging a .BAT, CMD, or .BTM batch file
Start Without Debugging
Run a .BAT, CMD, or .BTM batch file (no debugging)
Pause debugging for the batch file
Stop debugging the batch file
Show Next Statement
Show the next statement
Step into the next statement
Run to Breakpoint or End
Run until the debugger reaches a breakpoint. If you are in a CALL'd batch file, and there are no more breakpoints in the current file, you will be returned to the parent batch file at the line following the CALL, and "Run to Breakpoint or End" will be turned off.
Skip This Line
Skip this line and continue execution with the next line
Run to Cursor
If you click on a line in the debugger window and select "Run to Cursor", the debugger will execute the batch file (ignoring any breakpoints) until it reaches the selected line.
Jump to This Line
If you click on a line in the debugger window and select "Jump to This Line", the debugger will continue execution starting with the selected line. You can can also change the line to be executed next when in debugging mode by moving the caret to the line and either right clicking & selecting "Jump to This Line" or by pressing Ctrl-Shift-F11. Note that if you attempt to jump into or out of a DO loop or IFF block, bad things will happen!
Pause on Error
Pause if the debugger encounters a Windows or internal command error
Set or clear a breakpoint on the current line
Go to the next breakpoint
Go to the previous breakpoint
Clear All Breakpoints
Clear all breakpoints
Enable All Breakpoints
Enable all breakpoints
Disable All Breakpoints
Disable all breakpoints
Jump to This Line
Jump to the selected line and continue
Opens a small dialog that lets you look up Windows and network error messages based on the integer value.
Display a dialog and execute the command on the current line.
Display a dialog and expand variables and aliases on the line. Alt-F11 will invoke the Evaluate Expression dialog.
Expand variables and aliases in the selected text. Alt-Shift-F11 will invoke the Evaluate Expression dialog for the current selection, or if no text is selected, for the current line.
Add to Watch
Add the selected variable to the Watch window