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This dialog box allows to setup how the debugger will react to specific exceptions. For each exception, two settings can be specified, simply by selecting the desired exception, and clicking the 'Edit' button in the popup menu.

Suspend program

        Specify whether the debugger will suspend when the exception occurs.
        If 'Passed to' == application and the application handles
        the exception successfully, the execution will not be suspended
        regardless of the 'Suspend' value.
Passed to
        Specify whether the exception will be passed to the application itself
        or handled by the debugger. If the debugged program contains exception
        handling code, it is better to select 'Application'.
        Show a warning message with the exception information.
        Instead of displaying a warning message, log to the output window the exception
        Do not show a warning message nor log to the output window.
For new exceptions being added by the "Insert" command, you have to specify the exception name and code. These values must be unique, the name cannot be empty, and the code cannot be zero.
 See also Debugger submenu.
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