Suppressing the Breakpoint Message

When a breakpoint is encountered, CodeWatch normally prints a message specifying the line at which the breakpoint is set. This message can be suppressed by using the Silent option; this is especially useful if a debug-time "patch" is desired within your program. To create a patch, set a breakpoint at the beginning of the code that causes the program error. The breakpoint should include the Silent option and an action list that performs a work-around assignment ending with a GOTO command (to circumvent the program error) and a CONTINUE command. The debugger will then perform the specified action list at the breakpoint and continue execution without any interaction.