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how to use debug.print in vb.net 2008.

Posted on 2013-05-13
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Hi, I am unable to view debug.Print in vb.net under Immediate Window. I do insert "Import System.Diagnostics.Debug" in application form as well. Please do advice
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by:sedgwick
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You can access the Output Window from a WinForms project in Debug Mode. Console.Writeline will write to it and be visible.

Go for View > Other Windows > Output from the IDE menu, if it's not visible by default.


If you want to stick to Debug.Print then you can access this with

Debug > Windows > Immediate.
http://vbcity.com/forums/t/155007.aspx
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by:TITO2009
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Hi , thanks for prompt reply, i am using forms and much prefer to use debug.print

i do insert code to testing purpose "Debug.Print ("TESTING")". I did open the debug>Windows>Immediate window. I do insert break at this point and step Into to look step by step unfortunately nothing appears in my Immediate window. Do I missing any properties to in Tools>Options to check in?
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by:Éric Moreau
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are you in Debug or Release mode?
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by:TITO2009
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i am in Debug mode.
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Éric Moreau earned 500 total points
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just a minute, it is not the Immediate Window anymore. It is now the "Output Window" CTRL-ALT-O
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