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Summary

If programming were a perfect science, there would be no reason to use a debugger. Given the reality of the challenges of programming, a thorough understanding of the use of the debugger is imperative. Fortunately, Access 97 provides an excellent tool to help you with the debugging process.

This chapter began by showing you how you can reduce the chance of bugs in your application in the first place. It then taught you how to use the Debug window to test and change the values of variables and properties. You learned how to use watches and breakpoints, as well as how to view the call stack. All these techniques help make the process of testing and debugging your application a pleasant experience.


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