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Aug 6, 1997

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Application Security Testing: An Integral Part of DevOps


Build Debugging/Profilling Into Your Code

To build debugging and profiling into your code, add this to the end of code lines:
 'Code line Add this line (n should be replaced
'by a unique number)
i = j + 1 '*dbg* "Debug n" & time
Turn debugging/profiling on by simply doing a replace on all modules of '*dbg* with :debug.print. When you run your code, the output will be sent to the debug window. To turn off debugging/profiling, replace :debug.print with '*dbg.* Even more interesting is the fact that you can do this at the procedure level as well. For example:
 Sub Form_Load () '*dbg* "form_load:" & Time;
after replacement:
 Sub Form_Load () : Debug.Print "form_load:" & Time;
Finally, if you like, you can change '*dbg* to a procedure name that could write all output to a file.
Robert Meyering
 
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