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Hi,

I put the javascript code into a .js file. When it has error, the
debugger in IE 6 will not should the code. I have some software such
as vs.net and IntelliJ IDEA 3. Do you know I can use them to dubug a
..js file? Please also tell me where to get information on how to
debug .js file using them.

Thanks.

Chris
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Lee
chirs said:

Hi,

I put the javascript code into a .js file. When it has error, the
debugger in IE 6 will not should the code. I have some software such
as vs.net and IntelliJ IDEA 3. Do you know I can use them to dubug a
.js file? Please also tell me where to get information on how to
debug .js file using them.


Wouldn't it be simplest to take the code out of the .js file
until it's debugged?

Jul 20 '05 #2

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Lee <RE**************@cox.net> wrote in message news:<bq*********@drn.newsguy.com>...

Wouldn't it be simplest to take the code out of the .js file
until it's debugged?


Your idea is OK. But I also want to find a better debugger.
Jul 20 '05 #3

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Hi,

I put the javascript code into a .js file. When it has error, the
debugger in IE 6 will not should the code. I have some software such
as vs.net and IntelliJ IDEA 3. Do you know I can use them to dubug a
..js file? Please also tell me where to get information on how to
debug .js file using them.

Thanks.

Chris

ym*@kicon.com (chirs) wrote in message news:<4c**************************@posting.google. com>...
Lee <RE**************@cox.net> wrote in message news:<bq*********@drn.newsguy.com>...

Wouldn't it be simplest to take the code out of the .js file
until it's debugged?


Your idea is OK. But I also want to find a better debugger.

Jul 20 '05 #4

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chirs wrote on 27 Nov 2003:
I put the javascript code into a .js file. When it has error,
the debugger in IE 6 will not should the code. I have some
software such as vs.net and IntelliJ IDEA 3. Do you know I can
use them to dubug a .js file? Please also tell me where to get
information on how to debug .js file using them.


<snip>

Internet Explorer should indicate the row and column that it thinks
is in error which you can then go to (good editors should allow you
to enable line numbers). If not, you could place the code on a
server, post the address here, and we could take a look at it. You'll
have to give some clue as to what doesn't work, why, what should
happen if it was working, and where the broken code might be (e.g. a
function name).

Mike

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Jul 20 '05 #5

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