Chapter 44Advanced Debugging Techniques Code Downloads for this Chapter

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As you've seen throughout the last several chapters, Visual Studio 2015 comes with a great variety of ways to debug and run through your applications, including catching errors and displaying them to you for action before the code executes too far; a number of techniques for effectively debugging web applications; and other features, such as breakpoints and visualizing errors.

However, there is still more functionality in Visual Studio that you can use to customize your experience with debugging projects, databases, unmanaged code, and even the .NET Framework. In this chapter you find advanced techniques for debugging your projects regardless of language or technology.

Start Actions

Visual Studio provides several ways to launch applications at the start of a debugging session. For most projects the default start option will be sufficient, which in the case of a Windows executable launches the ...

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