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Naivedya Bansal5,483 Points
I did not get the use of the step into button.
Please explain the meaningg of stepping into the current function.
Josh Gold12,206 Points
If you are using Android Studio, this might help: https://developer.android.com/tools/debugging/debugging-studio.html
Debug your app with breakpoints
After you set breakpoints in your code, click Rerun to start the app again. When a breakpoint is hit, Android Studio pauses the app and highlights the breakpoint in the source code. The Debug tool window lets you examine variables and control the execution step by step:
To examine the object tree for a variable, expand it in the Variables view. If the Variables view is not visible, click Restore Variables View . To evaluate an expression at the current execution point, click Evaluate Expression . To advance to the next line in the code (without entering a method), click Step Over . To advance to the first line inside a method call, click Step Into . To advance to the next line outside the current method, click Step Out . To continue running the app normally, click Resume Program