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Creating user-defined methods

Creating user-defined methods: Java Essential Training for Students
Creating user-defined methods: Java Essential Training for Students

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Q: How can I make my debugger function like the author’s?

A: When you are debugging your program in NetBeans, if you do not see the new contextual items on the menu bar for stepping into your code, check to see if the source file is accidentally deselected.
Highlight the program you want to debug in your projects folder. In the menu bar, choose Windows > Debugging > Sources. A new window will appear with the file path name. If the checkbox is not selected, click the box to select this file.
Now you can go back to your program and rerun the debug operation on your code.

Skills covered in this course
Developer Programming Languages Java

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