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Printing Debug Message in Visual Studio C++ 2005

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In java we can use System.out.println
In C# we can use Debug.Println
but how to do it in C++?
(The syntax, and where to look for the debug message)
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Or you could use the TRACE ( _T("") ) macro
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Thanks :)
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Glad to help.
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