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The Debugger is the development tool which allows you to debug through your own code and that of the system. After an error occurs, you can use it to determine the cause by examining the message stack and looking at the values of temporary and other variables. It can also be used to step through, or continue, the execution of a process after a resumable exception occurs. Typically, this might occur when a hard coded breakpoint (#halt) is encountered or when Ctrl+Break has been pressed.

The Debugger is implemented by the Debugger class in the image.