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How to detect in VC++ code that USER is debugging the code? i.e User is in NSDEV Environment debugging with F10, F11 keys etc.
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by:jmccay
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Can you clirfy this question a little?  Are you looking for information regarding the Macros?  I can tell you about Visual C++.  In VC++ 5.0 and 6.0 (I haven't tried 7.0 but I assume it's the same), "_DEBUG" is defined (without the quotes) when the current program is compiled in debug mode.  If you are talking about the C++ code and not the macros, you can use this with other Preprocessor directives in the code like this:

#ifdef _DEBUG
   // put your debug code here
#else
   // put you normal code here fr Release mode
#endif

or:

#ifndef _DEBUG
   // Put your release code here
#else
   // Put you debug here
#endif

   I would look up the #ifdef/#else/#endif for information.  I hope this helps.  I don't know enough about VB to tell you what to do.
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I was on vacation so that I couldn't check it. I will check it and will do the needfull.
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GuruVB
Thanks for the feedback. I will put this on hold.

I envy you! I hope you had a great time ...

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