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profiler for VS.NET

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I could swear there was a built-in profiler for Visual C++ 6. Does anyone know how to enable it in Visual C++ .NET? If there is no built-in profiler, can you reccommend a free one? (I haven''t googled yet). ___________________________________________________________ Where to find the intensity (Updated Feb 10, 2004)

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VS 6 Pro had a profiler in it, you had to check some boxes to do it. So I would assume that the pro version of .NET would have this functionality also.

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VS 6 Pro had a profiler in it, you had to check some boxes to do it. So I would assume that the pro version of .NET would have this functionality also.


Um, ya, that was pretty obvious since the day you showed it to me, asshole.

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