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Building a Visual Studio DebuggerVisualizer with a Custom Serializer

For most any Serializeable object, making a DebuggerVisualizer is exceeding simple and examples abound. However, if you are trying to build a DebuggerVisualizer for an object which is not Serializable or takes too long to Serialize and Deserialize, things are not quite so simple.

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Richard Minerich
Software Developer Atalasoft, Inc.
United States United States
At Atalasoft I work with OCR, Raw Image Formats, Exif Data and Pdf Documents. My interests include Machine Learning, Concurrency and Computer Languages.

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