14 Useful .NET Debugging Tips & Tricks in Visual Studio

 

List of few useful debugging tips and tricks

1. How to use Runtime Objects in Watch Window during debugging in Visual Studio ?

2. How to use out of scope object with in Conditional Breakpoint ? 

3. Use Conditional Breakpoints with Method Calling in Visual Studio

4. Calling Methods From Watch Window

5. Changing Variables Display Format in Watch Window

6. Get Object Generation using Watch Window

7. Save IntelliTrace Log from IntelliTrace Window

8. Last Session Debugging Value using Data Tips

9. Few Tips on Customizing Debugging Window View in Visual Studio

10. Using DebuggerStepThrough attributes to stepped over code during debugging

11. Hide Methods from debugger Using DebuggerHidden attribute

12. Use “Obsolete” attributes to indicate Obsolete Methods

13. How to suppress compiler warning using #pragma warning directives in Visual Studio ?

14. Customize the Debugging Windows : Change Debugging Window View as per your requirements

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Thanks !

AJ

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Written by Abhijit Jana

I am a Modern and Cloud App Development Consultant working at Microsoft. Presently I am focusing on adopting and delivering world class solution on N+1 Technologies, where I mainly drive engagements on Universal Windows Platforms, Microsoft Azure, IoT and Cross Platform and Device related application Development. I am a former Microsoft MVP, Author of Kinect for Windows SDK and HoloLens BluePrints book and Run Daily .NET Tips . To know more about me click here.

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