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When debugging , I always struggled to get to enter the contents of a block, painstakingly stepping through internal methods and watching out for the yield. If you've ever debugged and/or callbacks, you'll know this pain.

Today, I learned you can just type `c <line number>` to jump straight into the block while skipping all of the plumbing that yields to it.

:ruby: 🐜 🚫 πŸ‘

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