Javascript code edits being ignored?

HI All,

I am debugging some JavaScript. I simply need to adapt the code to loop its procedure. However when adding lines or commenting or even deleting the code it seems the edits are somehow being ignored and the original code it still executing.
Hopefully the image helps explain what is happening. In the Editing View the breakpoint on the returnString += theString.charAt(i); but in the debugging view the breakpoint is shifted but the original operations still execute.

Image showing code in edit and debug view
I am using visual web developer express 2010.

Anyone have any clues what I am doing wrong?
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Alexandre SimõesManager / Technology SpecialistCommented:
Probably your browser is caching the old javascript file.
Thy Ctrl+F5. In some edge cases, on IE, you really need to close the browser all together :)

Anyway, it's much easier/useful/trustworthy/.../... to debug your javascript directly in the browser dev tools.
Pick whatever browser (Chrome is exceptionally good at this but FireFox or the latest versions of IE are also very good) and hit F12 (in the browser, this has nothing to do with Visual Studio).
Like this you know exactly what is being executed, and this kind of issues you're having are spotted much easier.

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EpipgxAuthor Commented:
And a light goes on in the javascript darkness. Chrome F12 and I can see what is happening perfectly, I can stop shying away from javascript now too!

Alexandre SimõesManager / Technology SpecialistCommented:
If you didn't know about Chrome Dev Tools I strongly suggest you to read the official page:
There you'll have a very good explanation of all it does.

All the major browsers have their own that more or less match the same functionality, just shown in a different way.
For me, Chrome Dev Tools still beats all the others, hands down.
EpipgxAuthor Commented:
Thanks I will
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