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Debugging (Unmanaged API Reference)

The debugging API enables a debugger to debug code that runs in the common language runtime (CLR) environment. The code to be debugged can be any type of code that the CLR supports.

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Pre-Conditions for CorDebug.idl Interfaces

Describes how some of the debugging interfaces require the process that is being debugged to be in a specific state.

Debugging Coclasses

Describes the unmanaged coclasses that the debugging API uses.

Debugging Interfaces

Describes the unmanaged interfaces that allow debugging of a program that is being executed by the CLR.

Debugging Global Static Functions

Describes the unmanaged global static functions that the debugging API uses.

Debugging Enumerations

Describes the unmanaged enumerations that the debugging API uses.

Debugging Structures

Describes the unmanaged structures that the debugging API uses.

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