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Mobile DevOps by Jhalak Modi, Rohin Tak

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Adding a watch

Adding a watch is similar to QuickWatch, but it is more useful when you have multiple variables to analyze, and looking at each variable's value can take a lot of time.

Follow these steps to add a watch on variables:

  1. Right-click on the variable and click Add Watch:
  1. This will add the variable to watch and show you its value always, as well as reflect any time it changes at runtime.
  2. You can also see these variable values in a particular format for different data types, so you can have an XML value shown in XML format, or a JSON object value shown in .json format:
  1. It is a lifesaver when you want to evaluate a variable's value ...

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