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The Complete Idiot's Guide® To iPad and iPhone App Development by Troy Brant

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Xcode Debugger View

If you configured Xcode to display the console when an app is launched, you will notice that the Xcode interface changed when you launched Flashlight. The new layout is known as the debugger view, and you can see what it looks like in the following figure. If the view doesn’t appear automatically, you can launch it by selecting Run > Debugger from the top menu.
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You can view console output at the bottom of the debugger view.
Any time your app doesn’t work as anticipated, the debugger view is excellent for figuring out what went wrong. In Chapter 24, you will learn how to master the debugger interface in Xcode, but for now, ...

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