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Debugging .NET Framework and MS Visual Studio Managed Classes at Run time and Design time

, 11 Nov 2003
This article explains how it is possible to seamlessly set breakpoints, step into, set watches and examine local variables for .NET framework classes as well as any other managed assemblies.
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Sumeet Kumar
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Sumeet is the main architect of Copernicus, a Hospital Information System owned by Eutech Cybernetics and loves development, esp. in Visual Basic .Net as it removes so many of the limitations that were so frustrating in VB6.

He practiced as a General Surgeon for many years in India before finding his real passion was software development. Sumeet stays in Pondicherry, a small town just south of Chennai, in India, as he loves its peaceful and very special atmosphere

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