Chapter 7. Fixing the Broken Blocks

As you’ll discover more and more, when you develop an application, you rarely succeed on your first attempt. Most of the time, the process goes like this: brainstorm on paper, look at the users’ needs (often yours), perform some analysis, prototype, design, develop, test, fix bugs, test the product again, and finally release it. This is a high-level view of the process; it can be much more complicated or simplified. It all depends on the complexity of the project, the number of people involved, and so on. But this is certain: you always need to debug your applications, and Microsoft Visual C# 2008 provides many tools to help you fix your bugs faster.

Debugging an Application

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