Help - Running C# programs with C# Builder
I have a little problem and was hoping somebody could help me with it.
I am using the Borland C# Builder IDE. I compile a project from C# Buider and it gives me the required output on the command line console. However, the console window terminates immediately on completion of the output.
What do I have to do, to make it visible until I give the exit command ? An option is writing the line:
at the end of the program. But I want to know, if this can be done NON-programmaticaly; i.e. by adjusting the IDE itself - Project / Run / Tools -menus, etc.
Not sure about non-programmatic, but what I usually do is:
Console.Write("Press [ENTER] to end");
For the moment, only the line:
appended to end of every program, is working allright for me.
But, why should I even have to do that. I will then have to keep track of every breakpoint in a complex project.
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