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Is VS2005 debugger let me to see dataset, datatable data as table form?

Is VS2005 debugger let me to see dataset, datatable data as table form?

I found if I watch some table or dataset variable is very very hard to see.
Is there any good tools or add-ins for debugger to see table-form variable.
Dec 26 '05 #1
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"abc my vclass" wrote:
Is VS2005 debugger let me to see dataset, datatable data as table form?

I found if I watch some table or dataset variable is very very hard to see.
Is there any good tools or add-ins for debugger to see table-form variable.

Dec 26 '05 #2

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