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Yes. From the Build menu, choose ''Start Debug'' and you''ll get a pop-up menu. Choose ''Go'' to execute the program or ''Step Into'' to stop at the WinMain function. You can set breakpoints (points where the debugger interrupts the program) by pressing F9 on the line where you want to set a breakpoint. Once in the debugger, use View/Debug Windows to display various information (variables, registers, call stack, etc.). You can step through the code from the Debug menu (Step Over, etc.).

All this is in the MSDN documentation, but that should get you started...


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