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I'm running code and I want my debug output to write to a text file. how does this work?
I tried to write :
C#
TextWriterTraceListener[] listeners = new TextWriterTraceListener[] {
                new TextWriterTraceListener("W:\\C.txt"),
              new TextWriterTraceListener(Console.Out)

Debug.Listeners.AddRange(listeners);
Debug.WriteLine("Some Value", "Some Category");


but it still write to the output window...
What should I do?
thanks.
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Updated 25-Nov-13 22:50pm
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You might find many available implementation of a 'logging class', just Googling for [^].
 
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Member 10304617 26-Nov-13 3:38am    
Thanks.
CPallini 26-Nov-13 3:49am    
You are welcome.

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