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Good old & dirty printf() debugging in a non-console C++ application or DLL.

, 26 Jul 2011
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Plain old console output is still a valuable debugging tool, even when used in a GUI application.There are many tools here in CP that can be combined with console output like:CConsole - a simple console for debug output[^]Creating a console for your MFC app's debug output[^]You can use...
Plain old console output is still a valuable debugging tool, even when used in a GUI application.
There are many tools here in CP that can be combined with console output like:
CConsole - a simple console for debug output[^]
Creating a console for your MFC app's debug output[^]
 
You can use printf, sprintf or any similar to build the output strings.

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