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    [VS2013] Debug Visualizers - Do they exist?

    Following a tutorial about making a neopets login using html wrappers, they recommend visual basic 2010, and in that tutorial they use a text visualizer that shows a string's full contents, inside a modified msgbox, during runtime.

    Being the silly person I am, I got the latest version, 2013, and it doesn't appear to come with any visualizers installed, or I am so dense as to not figure out how to use them.

    Do they come installed? Are they an addon? Has someone written one I can have? Does someone know where I can find documentation on making one?

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    Gamertag: DarkByt3 PSN ID: raredaredevil
    im on 2012 but I would of thought it would be the same... first we find a point on our code we want to "breakpoint" on by clicking the gray margin next to the specific line , like so....



    Next we run the code and make the part we want to debug execute... our breakpoint will kick in...

    Now we get this:



    and by clicking the magnify glass on the above we can view "string view" , "xml view" or "html view".


    Note: In the above the value is "nothing" because the code breaks before the line u set it on is executed. The value would only be 'rdd' if we had let that line run and set a breakpoint on the following line.
    Last edited by DarkByte; 10-26-2013 at 01:40 PM.

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