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Attaching a Console to a WinForms application

, 18 Jan 2012 CPOL
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Very good tip. I just want to mention an alternative - you can just change your project output type to a console application. (You can undo it later if only needed for debugging). So if you started with a Windows Forms project in Visual Studio: Go to project properties/application/ and in the...

Very good tip. I just want to mention an alternative - you can just change your project output type to a console application. (You can undo it later if only needed for debugging). So if you started with a Windows Forms project in Visual Studio: Go to project properties/application/ and in the "output type" combobox, select Console app. Run your app and you will see all Console.WriteLine calls (...). Change back to a Windows Forms project, console is gone (no code changes needed).

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GeneralReason for my vote of 5 Simple and effective. Do the same wi... PinmemberCarlos Roberto de Souza7-Feb-12 0:42 
GeneralReason for my vote of 5 Great!!! :) 10x for the tip! Pinmemberraananv27-Jan-12 12:03 
Generalthanks, I have used that when I needed to mix. However this ... Pinmemberfastal25-Jan-12 5:47 

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