Visual Studio 2017 – Debugging Enhancements: Reattach to Process & Set Next Statement
Reattach to Process (Shift+Alt+P)
You can Attach to Process using Ctrl + Alt + P
Now, if you were previously debugging, you can reattach to the same process by using Shift+Alt+P (without the need to select the same process again & attach the debugger to it).
Set Next Statement
While debugging code, you just need to move the mouse to the line of code where you want to set next statement to execute. Then, you need to hold Ctrl key and click on the icon (Set next statement to here) which is available next to that line of code.
Note: Part I is available here: Visual Studio 2017 – Debugging Enhancements: Run To Click
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