Chapter 10. Debugging Code


Today’s developers may spend as much time debugging their code as they do writing it. This is due in some part to the nature of today’s highly dependent and distributed applications. These applications are built to leverage existing functionality, frameworks, building blocks, libraries, and so on. In addition, they often communicate with other applications, services, components, databases, and even data exchanges. Developers also demand more assistance from their debugger to help increase their productivity. The Visual Studio 2008 debugger addresses these needs by offering some great debugging scenarios. Some highlights include the following: ...

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