10.1.5. Macro return values

You can use macro return values to control what action RealView Debugger takes when a conditional breakpoint is triggered. If the macro returns a true value, that is nonzero, RealView Debugger continues program execution. If a macro returns a false value, that is zero, RealView Debugger stops program execution.

The type of the macro return value is specified by return_type when you define the macro. If return_type is not specified, then type int is assumed.

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