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BOOK: MCSD Certification Toolkit (Exam 70-483): Programming in C#
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Default Debugging Chapter 7 code - in VS2012

I'm trying to step through the code in chapter 7 of the downloadable demo code samples.

I keep getting the message: "The module was built either with optimizations enabled or without debug information"

I have tried setting the project build to "debug" and have rebuilt the code but I still cannot step through the code in debug mode.

All help very much appreciated :-)
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Default Solution...

I have solved the issue.

I wasn't outputting my debug info on my build. If you right click on the project and go to 'properties', then select the 'build' tab, on the bottom of the page there's an 'Advanced...' button that will display your setting for you output debug info. Set that to 'full' and the error should go away.

Enjoy :)
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