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Hi. Visual Studio 6 used to have a profiler built-in for C/C++ programming (I''m told it wasn''t the greatest, but it''s the only one I''ve ever used). However, there doesn''t seem to be a profiler included in VS2003 for C# code (maybe there is one in there for C/C++, I haven''t checked). I have the enterprise architect edition, so it seems like there would be one. Maybe it''s not built into the GUI? There''s a lot of command line tools running around in the installation folder that I don''t know how to use. So my questions: 1. Are there are profilers for C#? 2. Are there any that integrate into the GUI like the profiler in VS 6? 3. Which profiler is the best? 4. Which free profiler is the best? ---------------------------------------- Let be be finale of seem, seems to me. ---------------------------------------- Coding: http://www.stanford.edu/~jjshed/coding Miscellany: http://www.stanford.edu/~jjshed

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There''s http://www.compuware.com/products/devpartner/profiler/default.asp?cid=3019X36&focus=DevPartner&source=Web+%2D+Evaluation+Request&desc=Download+%2D+%27DevPartner+Profiler+Community+Edition%27&offering=DevPartner&sf=1">DevPartner profiler and there''s NProf, both free. I actually prefer NProf, but NProf only does managed code.

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