In the section “‘Just My Code’ Debugging,” I explained how some attributes can influence the debugger’s behavior versus auto-generated code and that you can use versus your own code. The .NET Framework also provides other attributes that you can use to decorate your code for deciding how the debugger should behave versus such code. Table 5.4 lists other attributes that complete the list in Table 5.1.
As previously described in this chapter, discussing custom debugger visualizers is beyond the scope of this book, so the
DebuggerVisualizer attribute is not discussed here.