Troubleshooting Debug.fail The Easiest Way

If you have a debug.fail file on your computer, this article may help.

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Overloads

Error(string, noise string)

public: void Fail(System::String ^ message, System::String ^ detailMessage);
[System.Diagnostics.Conditional("DEBUG")]public Static void error (string concept, string verbose message);
[System.Diagnostics.Static conditional message ("debug")]public invalid(line? failed, line?detailMessage);
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Public common routine failure (message as string, as string detailMessage)

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The following example uses the Fail method to capture a message during exception handling.

catch (exception^e) #if defined (DEBUG) Debug::Fail("Could not find SpecialController, continue with StandardController", "Set default controller" ); #end (exception) ifP Catch Debug.Invalid fail("value: " + value.ToString(), "Reset the news about the value of profit on."); meaning;Catch new evaluate = e By exception Debug.Fail("Invalid value: continue + value.ToString(), direct "resets the value of la to a new value") = favorite new valueend of attempt

You can also use this special Fail method in a switch statement.

From (change parameter) Case Option:: First: Results = 1.0; Pause; // Insert additional cases. Initially: #if defined (DEBUG) Debug::Fail("Unknown + option" option, "Result is 1.0" ); #end if Effects 1 = 0.0; Pause; (Option 1) MyOption.First toggle dilemma: Result 1.0; Pause; insert // additional cases. Initially: Debug.Fail("Unknown + Thumb Option1, "Result 1 set to .0"); production = 1.0; Pause;Select option case1 Case MyOption.First Result = 1.0 lol Add more cases. despite Debug case.Fail("Unknown" Plan "Result of option1, and set to a.0") ResultsUltat = 1.0exit selection

Notes

Experts say the default behavior is that DefaultTraceListener prints a message to your own message box if the app is frequently run in UI mode, and even on TraceListener instances a> which are currently in the Listeners.

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You can customize the behavior by adding or even removing TraceListener from the Listeners collection.

See See Also

  • Debug
  • Subscribe
  • Boolean switch
  • TraceSwitch
  • Trace Listener
  • Default trace listener
  • Console trace listener
  • Conditional Attribute
  • message
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    detailed message
    string

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    [System.Diagnostics.Conditional("DEBUG")]public static void Fail(string message);
    [System.Diagnostics.Conditional("DEBUG")]public static void Fail(string?message);
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    In the following example, you can use the Fail method to print a single message when handling exceptions.

    catch (exception^e) #if (DEBUG) set Debug::Fail( "unknown option + " option + ", default application." ); #end (exception) ifHook Debug.Fail("Unknown Thumb Option Option + + ", default help.");Catch one exception as .Option debug error ("unknown + in + myOption1 ", in those using the default value.")end of attempt

    Currently, you can also use the fail methods in a switch statement.

    switch (optional) Case Option:: First: result 1.0; = break; // Insert additional cases. Initially: #if defined (DEBUG) Debug::Fail(option " "unknown + preference); #end if result = 1.0; Pause; Switch Starter (optional) Case.First option: 1 effect.= 0; Break; insert // additional cases. Initially: Debug.Fail("Unknown option" option); + result 1.0; equal to a break;Select option myOption1 Case MyOption.First Final score 1.0 equals sign ' Insert special cases. despite case Debug.Fail(("Unknown option" and myOption1.ToString)) Result 1 = 0.0exit selection

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