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Last post Apr 08, 2010 07:46 PM by torren
Apr 08, 2010 07:23 PM|LINK
In the Visual studio IDE is it possible to step backwards in the debugger? If this is not possible,
can I somehow trace my step backwards in the compiler?
Also if I am stepping through C# code in the debugger, is it okay to add documentation in the file while I am debugging? I tried this and recieved a pop-up message box informing me that the code had changed. Otherwise the IDE seemed forgiving in regards
to comment changes in debug mode. Also I guess this might also lead into the question of wether it is acceptable to add code during debug mode?
I am using VS 2005.
Apr 08, 2010 07:46 PM|LINK
When the break point hits do the following.
Click on the breakpoint, the mouse turns to that open arrow, and drag the mouse up to the place
you want to reinvestigate the code.