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demonstrates debug output

demonstrates debug output
Mastering Visual C# .NET
by Jason Price, Mike Gunderloy

Publisher: Sybex;
ISBN: 0782129110

#define DEBUG

  Example21_11.cs demonstrates debug output

using System;
using System.Globalization;
using System.Diagnostics;

public class Example21_11a {

  public static void Main() 
    TextWriterTraceListener tl = new TextWriterTraceListener(Console.Out);

    Debug.WriteLine("Starting Main()");
    // create a date and a currency value
    DateTime dtNow = DateTime.Now;
    Double curOriginal = 12345.67;

    // and format the variables for a specific culture
    CultureInfo ci = new CultureInfo("en-US");
    string sLocalizedDate = dtNow.ToString("d", ci);
    string sLocalizedCur = curOriginal.ToString("c", ci);
    Debug.Assert(sLocalizedDate != null, "Localized date has no content");

    // print them out

    Debug.WriteLine("Exiting Main()");



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