Showing posts with label Debuging in Visual Studio. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Debuging in Visual Studio. Show all posts

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Debugging Code Efficiently in Visual Studio with the DebuggerDisplay Attribute

It is sometime difficult when you have a bunch of properties exposed from a class and you just need few of them while debugging a code block. Sometimes it becomes even more complex when you have a collection of that class. Is there any easiest way to improve the code debugging in Visual Studio? Yes, there is. In this post we are going to learn this technique if you have never used it yet. Code debugging is not a child's play and it's becomes difficult when debugging a code written by someone else. In such case, if your boss assigns a bug to you and asks to fix as priority basis, it may come as thunderstorm. While debugging the code, you notice that it's an issue in a collection where the values are not properly assigned, you have to break your head pinning the items in the Visual Studio debugger and checking individual properties/variables in multiple levels. Just think about a scenario like this: In the above scenario, you have to go...


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Debugging Code Efficiently in Visual Studio

It is sometime difficult when you have a bunch of properties exposed from a class and you just need few of them while debugging a code block. Sometimes it becomes even more complex when you have a collection of that class. Is there any easiest way to improve the code debugging in Visual Studio? Yes, there is. In this post we are going to learn this technique if you have never used it yet.


I guess you came to this post by searching similar kind of issues in any of the search engine and hope that this resolved your problem. If you find this tips useful, just drop a line below and share the link to others and who knows they might find it useful too.

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