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Old March 22nd, 2005, 12:27 PM
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Default System.Diagnostics in C# 2005 Express

When I use Debug.Write("blah"); nothing is written to the output window when I debug my code.. Having never attempted C# before I'm lost to thinking of a reason..

Umm. Help?

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If your code is compiled in Release mode, then any reference to Debug is ignored.

Also, try running DebugView.exe (Sysinternals tool) and seeing if your output is captured there.



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