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C#® Developer's Guide to ASP.NET, XML, and ADO.NET by Chris Kinsman, Jeffrey P. McManus

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Chapter 3. Debugging ASP.NET Applications

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Debugging ASP.old applications was generally only slightly less painful than a trip to the dentist. There was a way to debug ASP.old applications, but it was poorly documented and essentially required Visual InterDev and a team of crack technicians, as well as favorable weather conditions and a whole lot of luck to work correctly.

Many ASP.old developers got into the habit of using code like the following as a way of creating breakpoints in their code:

Response.Write "DEBUG: Maybe this will work now."
Response.End

This is about the least-efficient ...

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