ASP.NET Developer's JumpStart By Paul D. Sheriff, Ken Getz
Table of Contents
Part I. Introduction to Microsoft .NET and ASP.NET
Learn the three modes of Visual Basic
Learn to invoke the debugger
Learn to watch variables and set breakpoints
Learn to control and view the execution path of your source code in the debugger
Learn to use the Immediate window
This chapter examines the basics of the source code debugger that is built in to the Visual Studio .NET environment. You will learn about the different modes in which you'll work within Visual Studio, how to step through code, and how to set breakpoints. In addition, you will learn about many of the debugging tools and windows provided by the Visual Studio .NET environment.
To follow along with the material in this chapter, load the sample project Debugger.sln.