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VS .NET Debugging

Posted on 2003-11-19
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I am finding the debugging of programs in VB .NET a very time consuming process, because everytime you find a spelling mistake in something like a Database Field you cannot change it on the fly as you could in VB6.

I know I can changethe debugger to allow me to change the code, but it either ignores the change or restarts the program.

Is there anyway around this ?
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Éric Moreau earned 50 total points
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You have to wait until the next version of VB.Net, code name is Whidbey, due late 2004.
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by:wlawson
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I should be finished this application by then.
I have deadline of Jan 2004.

But thanks for confirming what I couuldn't find in the options.
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