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Problem with Debugging/Tracing in Visual Studio 2005 : Assembly code instead of C++

Digital Don
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I have been using Visual Studio 2005 for 5 months now and quite a few time I have come across a problem which is, when I write a program and try to debug and trace the error/problem in the program. using step by step procedure i.e "F10" after pressing F5 (Debug Mode) from Break Point I get disassembly code instead of showing the steps in the program...

I dont know know why this happenes and need to get rid of this problem so that I can debug my program by tracing the normal code instead of tracing the assembly language code....

Please help...

Thank You in advance...

Digital Don
Mar 8 '07 #1
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Normally VS only shows assembler if it can not find the source code for the location that it is debugging.

If you are in the assembly window and you step back from assembler only code to code that the source is available for then VS shows a mixed source and assembly view in the assembly window. However you can just close the assembly window and VS displays the source.
Mar 8 '07 #2

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