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What's the equivelent of System.out.println() in Visual C#.NET?

Hi, I am new to VC#.NET. I have Visual C#.NET version 7 installed and I am doing some ASP.NET using C#. Instead of using the debug tools, I sometimes want to print a line of code to the Visual IDE, just like the System.out.println() function in Java/JBuilder. So, what's the equivelent of that in C# and Visual? Do I need configure the IDE?

I tried the Console.write() but it didn't work, I guess it only works when called from a console, not within the Visual IDE.

Thanks.

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JigitCommented:
ASP.NET application runs under ASPNET account, which is not an interactive one. IMHO, one cannot display a window neither write to console. The best way to have some debug outbut is to write it to a log file or to event log.

HTH,
Jigit
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Fred GoodwinVP of Software DevelopmentCommented:
response.write("String") or response.write(variable)  will write to the page in VB.net so long as there is not a control in the way.  It will write starting in the top left of the page.  Im sure the C or C# code is more or less the same.  hope that helps
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