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In this example, you are expected to type in ~*kb in the debug session The result of entering that command shows several lines with the most critical piece of information being 0007fd30 Next, you should enter the dd 0007fd30 command illustrated to glean more information about the previously highlighted number 0007fd30 All tools used in this book are assumed to be launched from their installation folder For example, if the Windows debuggers are installed in the C:\Program Files\Debugging Tools for Windows folder, the command line for launching windbgexe will be shown as follows:
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The most ef cient way to demonstrate how to debug problematic NET code is to use real-world examples Unfortunately, including full-blown, real-world examples in a book format is unfeasible and would make it hard to follow in a concise fashion To that extent, the sample problematic code accompanying the book has been reduced to the bare essentials (although never at the expense of completeness) All sample code was written using C# and NET 20 Each of the sample scenarios can be downloaded from the book s Web site located at wwwadvanceddotnetdebuggingcom Associated with each sample scenario is an MSBuild project le MSBuild ships with the NET SDK 20 and is a full- edged, command-line-driven build environment that is compatible with Microsoft Visual Studio All debug sessions are illustrated using the 32-bit version of the NET framework
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Even after painstaking effort to make this book error free, errors will undoubtedly be found You can report errors either on the book s Web site located at wwwadvanceddotnetdebuggingcom or by emailing me directly at marioh@ advanceddotnetdebuggingcom An errata sheet will be kept on the Web site with the corresponding errors and xes
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With today s complex software solutions, ranging from standalone command-line applications to highly interconnected systems communicating on a worldwide basis, code issues will without question arise The dif culty in ensuring that such products are bug free may seem like a daunting task, but with the right set of tools and the knowledge required to use those tools, a software engineer s life can be made much easier Not only will these tools and the correct mindset help the troubleshooting process become more effective, it will also save the company a ton of money and potential loss of customers This book was written to enable software engineers to gain the knowledge and expertise needed to avoid devastating pitfalls and make the troubleshooting process more productive and successful I welcome you to Advanced NET Debugging Mario Hewardt Redmond, WA September 2009
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Based on my prior experience writing Advanced Windows Debugging, I knew rsthand the amount of effort it takes to work a full-time job at Microsoft and also write a book in my spare time Based on the success of Advanced Windows Debugging and the consistent requests for a similar book focused on NET and the CLR, I decided to again take on the challenge of writing and deliver a book that many readers were asking for Suf ce it to say that the task was easier than the rst time around but was still a major undertaking an undertaking not only on my part, but also on the part of the ton of people who were involved in the overall process of taking a book from an idea to the nal product First and foremost, I would like express my gratitude to the familia My wife, Pia, not only had to endure a constant barrage of I have to write this weekend but also, in the midst of all the schedules and deadlines, delivered our beautiful baby girl Gemma in late December 2008 This book would not have been possible without the patience, support, and encouragement that you both have provided To team Addison-Wesley, who has once again shown an incredible amount of accommodation in working with an author who writes in his spare time My team members constantly had to eld requests for changes to schedules, provided excellent editorial processes, and eagerly expedited the production schedule to get the book to the readers as quickly as possible Special thanks go to Joan Murray for making the overall process extremely smooth, Chris Zahn for carefully dissecting and correcting my, at times, contrived English, and Olivia Basegio for taking over the process while Joan was temporarily out of the of ce Also, special thanks go to Curt Johnson who did an excellent job in providing the marketing magic for the book As always, no matter how careful an author is, technical inaccuracies will always be present As such, having a great team of engineers review the material is paramount to a book s success Throughout this project, I ve had the pleasure of working with some great engineers (most of whom work in the NET division), who provided stellar feedback and suggestions and elded questions in general A sincere thank you goes out to Mark Russinovich, Maoni Stephens, Roberto Farah, Tess Ferrandez, Lee Culver, Pat Styles, Eric Eilebrecht, Steve Johnson, and Jon Langdon
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