I am trying to use Visual Studio's debugging features more effectively; I certainly do not know all its ins and outs. At the moment, I would like to quickly see the values of an array. See the attached screenshot of the Watch Window. The variable **k** is a global array of type double variables; during the present execution, it contains 5 entries. I have stepped through the program into a sub-routine and would like to see the present values of **k**'s entries. If I add a watch (Cntrl-D, Q) for **k**, the address for **k** and its first entry only …

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Hey This might sound like a dumb question but I simply dont know how to do it. Not only that but for some reason I do not know, my professor refuses to teach me how to use debugging and watch variables. He wants the "change, try, and test" method.... I think debugging is alot better so I wish someone could help me. In the IDE, I load up my project and have a variable under [CODE]public class Main extends Frame {[/CODE] simple declared as: [code]byte x=1;[/code] I hit the Debug menu then New Watch... In the window I simply enter …

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This problem came up in one thread and here is my finalised version to follow changes of files in list of paths given.

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