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Difference between Trace and Debug?

Posted By :Narayanan     Posted Date :September 18, 2011    Points :40   Category :.NET Framework 
Trace: Will work with Release Mode
Debug: Will work with Debug and Release Mode

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Difference between Trace and Debug

  
difference between Trace and Debug


Trace and Debug work in a similar way, the difference is that tracing from the Debug class only works in builds that have the DEBUG symbol defined, whereas tracing from the Trace class only works in builds that have the TRACE symbol defined.

· Use System.Diagnostics.Trace.WriteLine for tracing that you want to work in debug and release builds

· Use System.Diagnostics.Debug.WriteLine for tracing that you want to work only in debug builds.


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Difference between Trace and Debug

  

Trace and Debug work in a similar way, the difference is that tracing from the Debug class only works in builds that have the DEBUG symbol defined, whereas tracing from the Trace class only works in builds that have the TRACE symbol defined.

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Debug helps to set methods and properties that helps in debugging code.If we use methods in Debug class for print debugging information and checking our logic with cases, you can make your application more robust without impacting the performance and code size.

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. Truncate table is functionally identical to delete statement with no "where clause" both remove all rows in the table. But truncate table is faster and uses fewer system and transaction log resources than delete.

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. If you want to retain the identity counter, use delete statement instead.

. If you want to remove table definition and its data, use the drop table statement.

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