But there are a couple of things you should be aware of:
that the source language determines the expression operators. This means that if you are debugging in Visual Basic, the “<>” operator means “not equal” while in C# or C++/CLI, you would use “!=”.
- if you choose a wrong expression operator you get no warning or error. Assume you use “=” (assign) instead of “==” (equal) and you will see that suddenly the variable you are examine will always have the same value.
More infos about conditional Breakpoints: