Using trace statements


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Using trace statements

When working with programming, it's useful to be able to see what's going on inside the application at runtime. Visual Web Developer provides a powerful debugger and the .NET Framework itself provides additional tools, both of which allow you to see what's happening by either adding code to your page or creating what are known as break points. In this video, I'm going to describe the use of tracing. The ability to output information to the webpage at runtime. This is a feature of the .NET Framework rather than Visual Web Developer the tool. And so it's done completely with code.

I will start off with the file LoopingCSharp.aspx. In this file, there is already some code that's doing some looping with a For loop and a While loop. If you didn't do the previous exercise where this file was created, you can create a new file now using a For loop or a While loop. I'll save this file under a name. Selecting File > Save LoopingCSharp.aspx as and I'll name...

Using trace statements
Video duration: 4m 47s 6h 24m Beginner Updated Feb 13, 2013

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Using trace statements provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by David Gassner as part of the ASP.NET Essential Training

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