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Function IsDebugged

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Determines whether the calling process is being debugged by a user-mode debugger.







Code (Delphi)

function IsDebugged: Boolean;


Return value

If the current process is running in the context of a debugger, the return value is True.


If the current process is not running in the context of a debugger, the return value is False.



This function allows an application to determine whether or not it is being debugged, so that it can modify its behavior.


For example, an application could provide additional information using the OutputDebugString function if it is being debugged or execute a int 3 breakpoint at critical errors (see also DebugBreak function).


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