I've never found breakpoints to be useful because there isn't much you can see in the debugger.
// and /* comments don't show up in the Document log. REM comments do. So if you want your comments to show up in the log to aid debugging, use REM.
Another debugging trick is to use the TRACE statement to write data to the log.
I also use a couple of Qlikview Component routines in my debugging.
Qvc.InspectTable -- pauses the script and lets you browse a table.
Qvc.TableStats -- logs row and field counts. Useful for seeing row counts before and after JOIN.
When testing for different potential date formats, I use Alt()..
Thanks for responding regarding the scripting / breakpoint.
Reason I am asking is I remember these from the latest qv certification and got quite confused. Regarding the
Date(Date#(Date# related question I am wonder if it is possible or not? Or to do Date#(Date(Date(
Never seen it in practice, but really confused me.