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Please advise how to use watch window to monitor variable value changes in VS2005's debugging. Thanks.
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When I need to track that kind of change, I place the variable in a property and put a breakpoint into the setter.
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Put the Break point and when you stopped on the breakpoint check the Autos Window. All the variables values will be there. After that do 1 step ata a time and check how variables change
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