Exercise: Using DEBUG statements

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Category ==> Visual C Sharp 2010  (65 exercises)
Topic ==> Debugging and trapping errors  (1 exercise)
Level ==> Relatively easy
Courses ==> Introduction to Visual C#  /  WinForms using Visual C#
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This exercise allows you to practice your debugging skills!  First add the frmChooseHobbies form from the above folder into your project.:

Visual C Sharp 2010 exercise - Debugging and trapping errors (image 1)

Hopefully it's fairly clear what this should do!

Step through the macro attached to the Show Choices button (using breakpoints where appropriate) to see what it does.  You can:

  • press F11 to step into a property or subroutine, or F10 to step over it
  • press F9 to add a breakpoint to a line of code
  • use the immediate window to inspect specific values

Add Debug.Indent and Debug.WriteLine statements to your code to get output similar to this in either the Output or the Immediate windows:

Visual C Sharp 2010 exercise - Debugging and trapping errors (image 2)

Your debug may look different

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