Yes, QB64 is not an interpreter like QBasic is...by (Login qb432l)
Each time you press F5, QB64 creates an .EXE and runs it. Pressing Ctrl+Break will end the program, but can't stop it in mid-execution because you aren't in the IDE. You'll notice that there is no Shift+F5 option, since starting from the beginning is the only option.
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|Response Title||Author and Date|
|Found another way to pause QB64 with the mouse.||on Feb 2|
|*Yeah, pausing doesn't help me much, but it's worth knowing.||on Feb 2|