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In this new installment, you'll discover how to write an even more robust version of a debugger visualizer using WIndows Presentation Foundation (WPF). You'll learn how to visualize additional data types as well as how to change the value of variables.
There are lots of good examples of creating a debugger visualizer for Visual Studio, but one thing that this is common is that all of them are written using Windows form. It is, however, possible to make a debugger visualizer in WPF, and thus display data in a much more sophisticated way using modern technology.
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