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Yes The facilities are almost identical. You can use F8 to step through your code, Shift-F8 to step over, Shift-Command=F8 to step out.

You can also set (and unset) breakpoints and Enable a watch on variables All these are click on icons on the bar of the code creation/editing window.

And if you place your cursor on or in the SUB or FUNCTION deceleration line and click on the RUN BASIC (green right pointing arrow head on my Mac). You can execute the code directly.

A neat shortcut I've discovered after writing some new code. Click and insert a breakpoint anywhere and you'll get a syntax check for free.

Yes The facilities are almost identical. You can use F8 to step through your code, Shift-F8 to step over, Shift-Command=F8 to step out.

You can also set (and unset) breakpoints and Enable a watch on variables All these are click on icons on the bar of the code creation/editing window.

And if you place your cursor on or in the SUB or FUNCTION deceleration line and click on the RUN BASIC (green right pointing arrow head on my Mac). You can execute the code directly.

A neat shortcut I've discovered after writing some new code. Click and insert a breakpoint anywhere and you'll get a syntax check for free.

If you are getting property not found it's possible that you are calling a function or routine that does not exist. However it's also very likely that it DOES exists and at the point of failure you have mis-spelt it's name. I would do a search through your code for the name.