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Hi ,, Hope All Are At Good State Of Health ..
I'm Student Of Computer Sciences..
I want to learn from debugger ..
==> Actually I want to use Watch Window, I really don't know who to use this Using Visual Studio 2012 .. !!!
Any suggestions, tutorials will be appreciated ..
 
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It will work OK .. But I want to improve i mean i want it efficient .. ??
Any suggestion will be appreciated .. !!

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Solution 1

Well you're on the right site. Code Project has thousands of articles with downloadable code that will operate and can be debugged with Visual Studio 2012. It depends what topics you're interested in. User interface, Communications, Databases. Use the site to find something that will interest you in the Articles section wich also mentions VS2012, download, open, F11, and enjoy.
The Debugger is a great tool for learning the small stuff by watching code in action. I'd recommend reading some articles on the larger stuff like writing Object Oriented code as well, the debugger is not so good at teaching how to make larger things.
Good Luck.
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Solution 2

YouTube has some videos that will help ... for example http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEJ5xKO7c3o[^]
 
Here's a link to the microsoft documentation http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/vstudio/sc65sadd.aspx[^]
 
And of course CodeProject has articles too ... here's a prizewinner 10+ powerful debugging tricks with Visual Studio[^]
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Solution 3

The Visual Studio debugger is the best I know. It is powerful but also rather intuitive, you should find relatively easy using it. In any case you could start reading the documentation Debugging in Visual Studio[^].
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Albert Holguin at 5-Feb-13 11:36am
   
It is pretty darn good, powerful, and VERY well tied into the IDE.
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Solution 5

In addition to the links you already got, here are a couple more with tips for using the debugger.
10 More Visual Studio Debugging Tips for Native Development[^]
10 Even More Visual Studio Debugging Tips for Native Development[^]
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