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Default Changing code while debugging.

Is there a way to make changes to the code in VS.NET while debugging (without having to stop, make the change, then restart debugging).

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No.

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No, indeed, unfortunately.

Edit and Continue, as the feature is called, is scheduled for the next version of Visual Studio .NET, VS.NET 2005.

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oOoOO That's new news to me!

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That's the whole point about News, isn't it ;)

Anyway, check out the road map: http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/pr...o/roadmap.aspx

It talks about this feature for Visual Basic .NET only, though.

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Looks like I can now justify my planned purchase VS 2005. Thanks guys.
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