If you set a breakpoint on a line that is in a loop, or in a method that is frequently invoked, you may find that the line is executed many times before the condition you are really interested in takes place. The debugger allows you to associate a count with a breakpoint, so that execution stops only when the line is executed a set number of times.
To associate a count with a breakpoint:
From the Source window, select Break→Display. The Breakpoints window is displayed.
In the Breakpoints window, click a breakpoint to select it.
Select Break→Count. A window is displayed with a field for entering a number of iterations. Enter an integer value. The execution will stop when the line has been executed the specified number of times.