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Microsoft® .NET Compact Framework (Core Reference) by Mark Sutton, Rory MacLoed, Robert Burbidge, Stephen Wheelwright, Andy Wigley

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Drawing on Debugger Features

Debugging applications in the .NET Compact Framework is conceptually just like debugging applications in the full .NET Framework. The main difference when debugging .NET Compact Framework applications is that the debugger is running in one environment (the Windows desktop) and the application being debugged is running in a different environment (the .NET Compact Framework, either on a real device or an emulator). If you have used .NET Remote Debugging, you’ll see that the principle is very similar.

Many of the core features of the debugger will be familiar to users of Visual Studio .NET and also to users of other debugging environments such as those supplied with Microsoft eMbedded Visual Tools, Microsoft eMbedded Visual ...

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