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src/w/i/winappdbg-1.5/winappdbg/debug.py   winappdbg(Download)
            elif exc_code == win32.EXCEPTION_INVALID_HANDLE:
                if self.__bHostileCode:
                    event.continueStatus = win32.DBG_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED
                else:
                    event.continueStatus = win32.DBG_CONTINUE
            else:
                event.continueStatus = win32.DBG_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED

src/w/i/winappdbg-1.5/winappdbg/breakpoint.py   winappdbg(Download)
        # This is a normally occurring exception so we shouldn't swallow it.
        else:
            event.continueStatus = win32.DBG_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED
 
        return bCallHandler
        else:
            if self.in_hostile_mode():
                event.continueStatus = win32.DBG_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED
            else:
                event.continueStatus = win32.DBG_CONTINUE
        try:
            if self.in_hostile_mode():
                event.continueStatus = win32.DBG_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED
 
            # Single step support is implemented on x86/x64 architectures only.

src/w/i/winappdbg-1.5/winappdbg/event.py   winappdbg(Download)
        self.debug          = debug
        self.raw            = raw
        self.continueStatus = win32.DBG_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED
 
##    @property

src/w/i/winappdbg-1.5/winappdbg/interactive.py   winappdbg(Download)
            raise CmdError("too many arguments")
        if self.lastEvent:
            self.lastEvent.continueStatus = win32.DBG_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED
        return self.do_go(arg)