Run to cursor is a great and an hidden features of Visual Studio. This can really boost up your productivity of work while debugging any application in Visual Studio. You can really avoid the step by step debugging and directly stop the debugger where you are targeting it to stop. “Run to Cursor” is just like another breakpoint, but in this case you don’t need to start the Visual Studio debugger manually and the break points clears when it’s hit. When you select the run to cursor option, visual studio starts the debugger automatically and execution stopped to the selected line.
Right click on the line where you want to stop the debugger, you will get the “Run to Cursor” option from the context menu; Select it.
You will find, the Visual Studio start the execution of your application and it will stop on the line you had selected.
From here, you can continue debugging in the way you want. In a general term, as name suggests, the “Run to Cursor” keeps the debugger at the point you mentioned.
You can achieve this by using “CTRL + F10” shortcut key.
This is features is mostly used when you are debugging a repetitive code path or a module that is getting called multiple times.