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debug.print not working

Posted on 2009-03-30
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Hello,

debug.print is not working for me in vb.net. I am in windows server 2003, vs 2005. The project is set to DEBUG. I have even created a brand new blank windows application and i just put in one line of code debug.print("test") and it is not printing anything to the immediate window. Also, i placed a breakpoint and it is reaching this line.

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should u be using debug.write?
and if u click on view/other windows/output. u should see it there
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u got debug.writeline as well, this creates a new line after writing
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by:Éric Moreau
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I agree with rockiroads, you will find your values in the OUTPUT window.
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