C#

C# attributes you should know #2: [DebuggerStepThrough] and [DebuggerHidden]

Last time I wrote about C# attribute DebuggerTypeProxy that helps us customize the way we display our type’s data while debugging. Today I would like to introduce you to the world of attributes that helps you skip some parts of code while debugging. Most of the C# programmers probably know them well, but I realized that only a few can tell the differences between them. So, ladies and gentlemen, let me introduce you the DebuggerStepThrough and DebuggerHidden. Continue Reading

C#

C# attributes you should know #1: [DebuggerTypeProxy]

[DebuggerTypeProxy] is very useful attribute when you have a class that inherits from another class and that one inherits from another one, and some of the classes contain collections of items and hundreds of properties that in fact are not important to you… Strictly speaking, when displaying class’ members while debugging makes you feel like quitting the job. Continue Reading