Windows Forms Debugging

  • Mark Pearce


Now that you’ve gained a good understanding of the Visual Studio .NET debugger’s capabilities, in this chapter I’ll look in more detail at how to debug Windows Forms applications, including class libraries and Windows control libraries (known in the COM world as dynamic link libraries [DLLs] and Windows controls, respectively). During this chapter you’re going to use the Visual Studio debugger and its facilities in earnest. If you haven’t already read my discussions on this debugger and its facilities in Chapters 3 and 4, now would be an excellent time to go back and do this.


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