/ I want to debug this code but I can't? How can I debug it in console application

    using System;
    using System.Collections.Generic;
    using System.Text;

    namespace BucketSort
        class BucketSort
            public static void Sort(int[] integers)
                //Verify input
                if (integers == null || integers.Length <= 1)

                //Find the maximum and minimum values in the array
                int maxValue = integers[0]; //start with first element
                int minValue = integers[0];

                //Note: start from index 1

                for (int i = 1; i < integers.Length; i++)
                    if (integers[i] > maxValue)
                        maxValue = integers[i];

                    if (integers[i] < minValue)
                        minValue = integers[i];

                //Create a temporary "bucket" to store the values in order
                //each value will be stored in its corresponding index
                //scooting everything over to the left as much as possible (minValue)
                //e.g. 34 => index at 34 - minValue
                LinkedList<int>[] bucket = new LinkedList<int>[maxValue - minValue + 1];

                //Move items to bucket
                for (int i = 0; i < integers.Length; i++)
                    if (bucket[integers[i] - minValue] == null)
                        bucket[integers[i] - minValue] = new LinkedList<int>();

                    bucket[integers[i] - minValue].AddLast(integers[i]);

                //Move items in the bucket back to the original array in order
                int k = 0; //index for original array
                for (int i = 0; i < bucket.Length; i++)
                    if (bucket[i] != null)
                        LinkedListNode<int> node = bucket[i].First; //start add head of linked list

                        while (node != null)
                            integers[k] = node.Value; //get value of current linked node
                            node = node.Next; //move to next linked node

Why can't you?
Just set a breakpoint on the line where you want debugging to start.

Now and then in a C# reassure application, you need to yield content to the support window for discharge manufactures, importance Debug.writeline() is not feasible. Possibly you likewise need the yield in a log document? It would likewise be convenient to have the capacity to indent the yield to make it clearer what your application is doing. This makes basic Console.writeline() unfeasible, as well.

Richard, are you using Google Translate, or something?