c# code performance analysis

Posted on 2007-07-20
Last Modified: 2013-11-07
What is the best way to analyze my c# code for bottle necks and overall timing performance?  Does VS2005 have anything that can profile the code and show me which parts are taking the longest to execute?
Question by:norbs101
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    ..Net memory profiler, ants profiler etc. are good tool for find the memory leaks and memory profile.
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    Ditto, ants does memory also, and is cheap for how well it works. for an eval copy.
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    Assisted Solution

    for a free .Net profiler

    and if you need more advanced tool that do more profiling look at AQTime

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