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eclipse has a really cool concept call scrapbook pages where you can evaluate statements even when you're not debugging. however, if you want to eval code using values from the current program, go to window->show view->expressions. there you can put in any expression you want and track it as your program executes.


inspect ctrl-shift-i or display ctrl-shift-d?


yes. the view name is "display".

window->show view->other it is under the debug folder.

once in there you evaluate statements while in the debugger.

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