Important: The CIMPLICITY project must be running in order to run the script.
Once you have finished editing your programs, you will want to run it to make sure it performs the way you intended. You can also suspend or stop an executing script.
Run a script
Note: This will also compile your script, if necessary, and then execute it.
Click thebutton on the toolbar.
The script is compiled (if it has not already been compiled), the focus is switched to the parent window, and the script is executed.
Suspend A Running Program.
Stop a running program.
Suspend a Running Program
Press Ctrl+Break. or click the toolbar button.
Execution of the script is suspended, and the instruction pointer (a gray highlight) appears on the line of code where the script stopped executing.
Note: The instruction pointer designates the line of code that will be executed next if you resume running your script.
Stop a Running Program
Click the End tool on the toolbar.
About the Program Editor.