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Visual Studio 2010 – Step into (F11) a property – How?

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I don’t think the internet hates redundancy.

So, How to Step into (F11) a property or an operator in Visual Studio (2010)? Answer borrowed directly from http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4873225/visual-studio-2010-step-into-property-functionf11-doesnt-work-as-expected.

 

 

In VS 2010 it is the default setting that you step over properties and operators(like F10) even if you want to step into(F11). So here is the solution:

  • Go to Tools > Options menu in Visual Studio.
  • Go to Debugging > General menu item in left pane.
  • In right view you will see an option Step over properties and operators (Managed only). Uncheck this option and then you are all set.

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Finally found it here: http://www.netomatix.com/post/2010/06/25/Enable-step-into-properties-in-Visual-Studio-Debugger.aspx

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Written by gmaran23

May 28, 2013 at 2:30 pm

Posted in .Net, C#

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