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Visual Studio Native Debugging Tips

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Microsoft has published a C++ Debugging and Diagnostics blog detailing how to use the native C++ Visual Studio Debugger. The blog post covers everything from breakpoints and control flow to data inspection and multi-threaded debugging. From the blog:

Debugging is one of the cornerstones of software development, and it can consume a significant portion of a developer’s day. The Visual Studio native debugger provides a powerful and feature-rich experience for finding and fixing problems that arise in your applications, no matter the type of problem or how difficult it is to solve. In fact, there are so many debugging features and tools inside Visual Studio that it can be a bit overwhelming for new users. This blog is meant to give you a quick tour of the Visual Studio native debugger and how it can help you in all areas of your C++ development.

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