At the end of Hour 1, “The .NET Framework and C#,” you learned that Visual Studio is a complete integrated development environment actually made up of many different tools. Up until now, you have primarily used only the code editor and compiler tools within Visual Studio. There is one additional set of tools equally as important: the debugging tools, collectively called the Visual Studio debugger.
These tools enable you to inspect your applications internal state as it is running. Some of the tasks the debugger enables you to perform follow:
• Examining your code
• Controlling ...