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This chapter is from the book

This chapter is from the book

Summary

In this chapter, you looked at many of the debugging features found in the new Visual Studio .NET IDE. You should now be familiar with things such as the watch window, the command window, breakpoints, variable inspection, and variable modification as applied both to debugging ASP.NET pages and Visual Basic .NET and C# components. With these concepts in mind, you are prepared to start debugging your own projects, and you are prepared for what is explained in the remainder of this book.

In the next chapter, we discuss how you can use the Windows NT and Windows 2000 Event Log to aid in tracking down troublesome code in your projects.

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