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Fair enough. I shouldn't have been so harsh.

That said, my experience tells me that people rarely want, literally, what they're asking for. If they're asking for something that requires even a modest amount of expertise, they likely have no good understanding of what is possible, or sensible, in the context of their problem. Therefore the first thing I usually do is question their real needs, or make an educated guess about it. Often I'm right, sometimes I'm wrong. But either way, I typically get a better understanding of what is really required after a response or two.

In this case, the OP is more adamant about what he needs than usual, but at the same time I'm convinced that answering his request, literally, won't really help him: His statement about not wanting to 'press F10 10000 times' implies two things:
1. that he does use a debugger
2. that he doesn't know how to use it for his particular problem
3. that he doesn't even expect that it can help him
(Ok, that's three, but the third is implied other than the quoted statements)

Unless I'm for some reason totally wrong with my interpretation, I feel that learning to use the debugger more efficiently is going to help a lot more than actually printing an exection log.
GOTOs are a bit like wire coat hangers: they tend to breed in the darkness, such that where there once were few, eventually there are many, and the program's architecture collapses beneath them. (Fran Poretto)

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