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Question by Theodor
Submitted on 2/8/2004
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In VB6/5/4.. was useful possibility to debug program and edit it "on line", see results and go back to previous operators.
Are in VB.NET all these possibilities absent, and to debug any change or correction it is necessary to restart the program?
What can I do to turn debugging from 'nightmare' to normal process?

Answer by shyamm
Submitted on 7/3/2005
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I HAVE a large VB 6 program consisting of various com components while debuggin the code from moves from one component  to othere so speedily that I gets confused..

How I can improve my debugging skills .. Although I have 5 years experience iniT in asp[Active Server Pages] . IN my new company I ahve to work on VB6.... There are tight project deadlines ...

KIndly give me  some tips to improve my development skills....


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