Output / Debug window output bug?

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by John Bentley, Sep 10, 2003.

  1. John Bentley

    John Bentley Guest

    I'm using VS2002 and VB.NET And sometimes get some debbugging messages coming
    from VS itself that insert themselves in the middle of debugging messages that I
    write. For example, in my rounding investigations it get this in the output
    window:

    ....
    Round to be Accurate
    Original AwayFromZero TowardEven
    TowardNegativeInfinity TowardPositiveInfinity TowardZero
    -4.5'JohnBentley.StandardLibrary.exe': Loaded
    'd:\data\dev\dotnet\sda\method\conventions\standardlibrary\bin\microsoft.applica
    tionblocks.exceptionmanagement.dll', Symbols loaded.
    -5 -4 -5
    -4 -4
    -3.7 -4 -4
    -4 -4
    ....


    That is after my output of "-4.5" there is the symbols loaded line that rudely
    inserts itself. When I it sometimes inserts itself I mean that I can't tell
    under what conditions it will occur. If a piece of code, when run, inserts these
    "symbols" lines when run again it will always insert the lines in the same
    place.

    Is this a VS2002 bug? Is there an easy workaround?
    John Bentley, Sep 10, 2003
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