The Visual Studio .NET Debugging Environment

To most seasoned programmers, there is only one type of bug that ever exists in a program. This bug is the most aggravating thing that could ever happen. It is when the requirements that were given to you are wrong or the client simply changed his mind. All other bugs are simply “features of the application” that are misunderstood to everyone but the person who programmed the logic. In the following section, you will learn about the different tools that the Visual Studio .NET environment gives you to find these misunderstood features.

Setting Up the Application for Debugging

Before you can debug an application, it is important to understand the different configurations that Visual Studio .NET offers ...

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