Debugging Applications for Microsoft .NET and Microsoft by John Robbins

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By John Robbins

Because the name says, it covers either debugging purposes for home windows and .NET. that's alot of flooring to hide and the booklet nonetheless manages to get all of it in and continue it attention-grabbing for what can be a very dry read.There are a few issues neglected. for instance: now not coated are debugging for CE or home windows cellular, debugging utilizing digital machines (VMWare extensions for visible Studio, etc.) or the shared resources on hand for ASP.NET or home windows CE. those are minor matters in an excellent publication at the subject.A should have for each expert home windows developer.

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Assert assertion ยท Uncomment . Comment out . dll into the same directory as the binary. cs(50) For more information on AsserterExample, see Chapter 3. TableExists Chapter Examples\Chapter 3\TableExists is a console application written in C# that demonstrates conditionally compiled assertions. TableExists includes a conditionally compiled method named AssertTableExists that checks to see if a table exists in SQL Server, so you'll get the assertion in debug builds.

Enter wt to display tracing output, which will be similar to the following: (cordbg) wt 1 App::Main 3 App::Foo 3 App::Bar 5 App::Baz 3 App::Bar 3 App::Foo 3 App::Main 21 instructions total 5. EXE. NET and Microsoft Windows Code Samples 65 For more information on the wt command, see Chapter 6. Attributes Chapter Examples\Chapter 7\Attributes is a sample that demonstrates the new attributed programming model. All the attributes work by injecting source code into your source file and can make COM development much easier because it allows you to combine IDL attributes with your source file.

EXE. NET and Microsoft Windows Code Samples 65 For more information on the wt command, see Chapter 6. Attributes Chapter Examples\Chapter 7\Attributes is a sample that demonstrates the new attributed programming model. All the attributes work by injecting source code into your source file and can make COM development much easier because it allows you to combine IDL attributes with your source file. EXE. You can turn this switch on within the Visual Studio environment by opening the project Property Pages dialog box.

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