Writing to the Debug window ~ VC++

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    Writing to the Debug window ~ VC++

    Does anyone here know if there is a function to write stuff into the Debug Window in Visual C++ 6.0?

    If you dont know what the Debug Window is:
    Click on the Debug Tab of the Output Window.
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    haven't a clue, but if you don't mind me asking: why would you want to do that?

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    I've been working with Visual C++ 5.0 since it came out, and ive been using Visual C++ 6.0 as well... and ive never ever wanted to write anything to the output window !

    why oh why are u trying to do that ?

    also i would consult the compiler manual if you have a question like that...

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    When you debug a program , the macro TRACE0() can output string to debug window.
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    i would want to do that because, say i had a problem with a button clicking, and wanted to see if it was actually taking the click or whatever i'd go:

    Code:
    case ID_BUTTON1:
         // Write to debug window: "BUTTON1 WAS CLICKED"
         break;
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    Code:
    case ID_BUTTON1:
        TRACE0("The first button is pressed!\n");
        break;
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