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Increasing the immediate window buffer size

Posted on 1999-01-29
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Is it possible, in VB5, to increase the immediate window buffer size.  So, when my program runs all of those Debug.Print's, I can read all of the output in the immediate window and not lose 3/4 of the output due to the small size of the buffer.  Thanks in advance.
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Sorry, but the answer is No.


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The answer is not to use Debug.Print - instead, simply open a text file and output to that instead.

Then when your program ends, open the file in Windows

Of course, you could get your program to open the file - as it's debugging, you'll remove that when the program is finished.

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