• The .NET framework includes a <code>System.Console</code> class with several helpful methods, including
    WriteLine()

    .

  • You may use this to do “printf”-style instrumentation for debugging (as we old-time C-programmers like to call it).
  • Use the <tt>Output</tt> window in Visual Studio to view any messages sent to the output using the
    Console

    class while debugging.

    • Note that other messages appear there, including messages about thread termination, for example.
    • If you run your project outside the debugger, the output is lost.
cs-312/simple-debugging.txt · Last modified: 2014/12/31 20:47 by ringger
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