Posted By: Anonymous
I am trying to write a message to the output window for debugging purposes. I searched for a function like Java’s
system.out.println(""). I tried
Trace.Write. It does not give an error, but it does not print anything either.
“Define DEBUG constant” and “Define TRACE constant” options are checked.
Menu Tools → Options → Debugging → “Redirect all Output Window text to the Immediate Window” option is not checked.
Configuration: Active (Debug)
Note: I created a project with the wizard as “Windows Forms Application” if relevant. I have no idea where to look.
System.Diagnostics namespace, and then you can use
Debug.WriteLine() to quickly print a message to the output window of the IDE. For more details, please refer to these:
- How to trace and debug in Visual C#
- A Treatise on Using Debug and Trace classes, including Exception Handling