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Call Stack and other windows in Visual Studio .NET 2003

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Hi, I am using Visual Studio .NET 2003. When I run my program in debug mode and it crashes a window pops up with the options: break, continue and help. At this point I can see some windows titled 'call stack' and 'auto' which have some handy info in them (like what data is in a variable). The call stack in particular can be scrolled down further, however I cannot scroll down cause I have to close the window with 'break, continue and help options in it' first. Once I close that window, the 'call stack' window, the 'autos' window and the other windows dissappear. How do I get to look at these windows without them dissappearing? Can I look at the these windows as of the data they last contained?

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When I press the break option the call stack window and other helpful windows dissappear. I want to look at these windows, but they dissappear.

So, How do I get to look at these windows without them dissappearing?

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Actually, I've noticed that the debugger sometimes instantly quits after breaking. This has happened to me when dealing with stack overflow errors in .Net applications, for example.

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If your debugger gives up and terminates a program for some reason, you may still be able to get useful information by going to the output window and, at the selection-box at the top, select "Debug" (which will bring up the debugger's output).

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