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The Microsoft Expression Web Developer's Guide to ASP.NET 3.5: Learn to create ASP.NET applications using Visual Web Developer 2008 by Jim Cheshire

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Chapter 27. Debugging ASP.NET Applications

IN THIS CHAPTER

The Basics of Debugging

Enabling and Configuring Debugging for an ASP.NET Application

Debugging Server-Side Code

Examining the State of an Application

Debugging Client-Side Scripts

Using the Error List to Locate Application Errors

Checkpoint

The Basics of Debugging

Any developer will tell you that one thing is certain when writing computer code: bugs. As hard as you try to avoid bugs, you’re going to introduce them anytime you write code. The human brain is not wired to work the way a computer works, and because of the disparity between humans and the pure logic of the computer, we’ll have software bugs until computers start writing software. Your job as a developer is to avoid bugs where ...

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