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How to make your code more unit test friendly and better

, 18 Apr 2010 CPOL
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For getting log for each and every step done by the compiler user Trace or Debug class. You will get the sample output with as much details as you wish.User debug.WriteLine or Trace.WriteLine
For getting log for each and every step done by the compiler user Trace or Debug class. You will get the sample output with as much details as you wish.
 
User debug.WriteLine or Trace.WriteLine

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