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How do I view stdout & stderr?

Where are stdout & stderr in .net, if I'm running in debug mode?
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Jaime OlivaresCommented:
stdout is equivalent to cout and stderr is equivalent to cerr

cout << "Outputting to stdout" << endl;

cerr << "Outputting to stderr" << endl;
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jpalumbosAuthor Commented:
Thank you, Jaime.  
Now, if I'm debugging in MS.NET development environment, is there a window that I can open in order to SEE stderr and stdout?  
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Jaime OlivaresCommented:
If you are generating a "command line" application, just have to run from DOS prompt.
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jpalumbosAuthor Commented:
...so it sounds like you're saying that Stdout & Stderr ONLY apply to command-line apps, and NOT to windows apps.  
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