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Immediate Window and the Debug Object

The Immediate window is so called because it gives the VB developer an opportunity to interact with a program during Break mode. By displaying almost instantaneous responses to your questions, you get a degree of immediate gratification that isn’t available in many contemporary Windows development environments.

  1. Displaying the Debug Window

  2. Displaying Messages Programmatically With the Debug Object

NOTE - Displaying the Immediate Window: Unlike some options that can be turned on and off via the same command, be aware that neither the menu option nor the shortcut serve as a toggle for the Immediate window; they can only be used to display the Immediate window when it is not currently displayed.


  

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