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how can i reference it ??to use

Try adding
using System.Diagnostics;

into the beginning of your class etc or use the whole namespace:
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 23-Mar-11 17:01pm    
My 5 for the correct answer. Didn't you feel some other Answer would be more appropriate in thus case? I wonder: what would you think about my Answer (see)?
Wendelius 23-Mar-11 17:09pm    
Something crossed my mind but... Most likely I'm too soft, too often.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 23-Mar-11 17:13pm    
Maybe you're just fine. You all have different cultural background and style...
Thank you.
This Question is not the most effective way of getting help from CodeProject.
This would be much more useful in this case:
Microsoft Q209354 — HOWTO.html

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Wendelius 23-Mar-11 17:07pm    
Haven't seen this before... May I borrow it some time ;) definitely worth a 5
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 23-Mar-11 17:10pm    
It's the public domain... :-)
I felt you would find it adequate for the case...
My favorite item inside it is "Apply for employment with McDonalds" :-)
Thank you, Mika.
Orcun Iyigun 23-Mar-11 17:41pm    
My 5 for such a humorous link to answer this question B-)
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 23-Mar-11 17:44pm    
Thank you, but it's not just humorous. It's a direct appeal to act. The topic is just abbreviation, it really means "Read The Following Manual". :-) Manual is implied here, just regular help.

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