Personally, I am not a fan of step-debugging T-SQL at all. I find it a cumbersome process. The lack of visibility...
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into temporary tables and table variables makes it less-than-ideal for most debugging scenarios I've encountered. I discussed some alternatives in an article Debugging with Macros and Assertions, which I wrote for SQL Server Professional magazine.
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