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Tips for Debugging Threads in Native Code

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Here are some tips you can use when debugging threads in native code:

  • You can view the contents of the Thread Information Block by typing @TIB in the Watch window or QuickWatch dialog box.

  • You can view the last error code for the current thread by entering @Err in the Watch window or QuickWatch dialog box.

  • C Run-Time Libraries (CRT) functions can be useful for debugging a multithreaded application. For more information, see _malloc_dbg.

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