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Date 2014-01-04.04:13:29
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The continue command in perl's debugger (perl -d) supports setting a one-time-only breakpoint. IMHO this is incredibly useful. For instance when stepping through a program, if you get stuck in a loop, you can move past it with a simple one line command "c [line-after-loop]".

pdb could have the same thing!
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