Debug

To use the Debug class, simply add the “using System.Diagnostics;” statement to your C# code file, and call Debug.Write:

Debug.Write("Hello, Debugger!");

In addition to Write, you have the possibility to call WriteIf, WriteLine and WriteLineIf. For example:

bool @this = true;
bool that = false;
Debug.WriteLineIf(@this || that, "A conditional Hello!");

When you are debugging your application under the Visual Studio debugger, all the messages that are sent out by your Write method calls end up in the Output window (View / Output menu command or Ctrl W,O on the keyboard). However, if you are running your application outside the debugger (say, by starting it from Windows Explorer)

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