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by Greg Utas
No breakpoints or drooling all over the console!
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A reusable Windows Form text box control for capturing DEBUG and TRACE output
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Recipe for reverse engineering function calls in a Python app
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How to make an HTTP Server and some documentation on server-side protocol

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by Code Artist
A reusable Windows Form text box control for capturing DEBUG and TRACE output
by Pete_H
This tip explains how to do tracing with SQL Server Express using a desktop application written in C#, .NET 4.
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How to make an HTTP Server and some documentation on server-side protocol
by Greg Utas
No breakpoints or drooling all over the console!

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11 Dec 2010
rahul.kulshreshtha
Few handy tools while developing
27 Jul 2011
Octopod
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An easy way to trap all the memory leaks of your application.
26 Jan 2012
Lakamraju Raghuram
For Visual Studio IDE we can detect leaks by using CRT debugger functions#define _CRTDBG_MAP_ALLOC#include #include void main(){ // ...... // ...... _CrtDumpMemoryLeaks();}This will dump leaks if any to the Output window. Check this link :...
17 Aug 2012
Abey Thomas
This is an issue which can happen for a variety of reasons - but how do you find the right one?
2 Apr 2014
schollii
Recipe for reverse engineering function calls in a Python app
24 Apr 2014
idonotexistatall
How to make an HTTP Server and some documentation on server-side protocol
11 Jun 2014
Pete_H
This tip explains how to do tracing with SQL Server Express using a desktop application written in C#, .NET 4.