"Immediate Window" type of functionality

edited January 4

linqpad has a lot of debugging functionality, such as breakpoints, watch, local, call stack. But I don't see an immediate window similar to that available in VS (https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/ide/reference/immediate-window?view=vs-2022).

I understand you can invoke an external debugger with the Debugger.Break() method. But before I do so I just want to confirm... is there a way to debug and evaluate expressions, execute statements, and etc. in linqpad?

Indeed, this is after a breakpoint is hit and the application is paused.


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