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Writing a .NET debugger (part 4) – breakpoints

, 1 Dec 2010 CPOL
After the last part, the mindbg debugger stops at the application entry point, has module symbols loaded and displays source code that is being executed. Today we will gain some more control over the debugging process by using breakpoints. Continue reading →

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