Microsoft Ajax - microsoftajax.js vs. microsoftajax.debug.js

I'm new to ajax, and I'm trying to understand how to include microsoftajax.debug.js in an app rather than microsoftajax.js.  I would love to see a small piece of sample code that I could play with to better understand this, but I've been unable to get anything working myself.  Any help would be much appreciated.
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leakim971Connect With a Mentor PluritechnicianCommented:
Here how the debugger one look :

and here the not debugger version :

Only the first, the debugger version, allow you to debug your application.
It's not possible with the minified version which is LIGHTER. Yes lighter is its main purpose it will load quicker on your customers browser
zrick1234Author Commented:
Thank you, but I am interested to see how each version would be called in a sample application?
the same way

<script type="text/javascript" src="microsoftajax.js"></script>
or :
<script type="text/javascript" src="microsoftajax.debug.js"></script>

there's NO difference between two codes, at the end the code is the same, one << compressed >> the other one not
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