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Visual Studio .NET 2003

Directs the result of an expression to the Debug Output window.

DEBUGOUT eExpression


Specifies an expression to evaluate and display in the Debug Output window.


Use DEBUGOUT to identify when a procedure or function is executed. For example, you can place DEBUGOUT at the beginning of a procedure to display a message in the Debug Output window, indicating that the procedure has begun executing.

Note that you can only abbreviate DEBUGOUT to a minimum of 6 characters, distinguishing it from the DEBUG command.

See Also

DEBUG | Debug Output Window | SET DEBUG

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