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Date Submitted Thu. Jun. 13th, 2013 10:23 PM
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Helper dmacan23
Tags android | debug | edittext
Comments 0 comments
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Date Submitted Wed. Mar. 3rd, 2010 10:37 AM
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Beginner wizard04
Tags alert | console | debug | JavaScript | object | Popup | Window
Comments 0 comments
An object including a few helpful functions for debugging. Functions displaying popups or alerts are limited to a certain number of consecutive times before asking to continue, in case they end up being called in an endless loop or something.
Date Submitted Fri. Jul. 20th, 2007 7:34 PM
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Scripter ColdKeyboard
Tags Array | debug | Show
Comments 0 comments
Very useful function that you can use to debug/show your array and it's contents.

Sometimes when you have problems with arrays and print_r() isn't very nice way to show array values because it shows everything in one line and then it is very hard to debug... this way I think it's much much easier.
Date Submitted Mon. Oct. 9th, 2006 10:09 AM
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Helper inxilpro
Tags debug | HTML | PHP | Variable
Comments 2 comments
Here's a basic function for debugging any kind of PHP variable. It allows for "invisible" or "visible" output--that is output in HTML comments or within visible HTML tags. It also supports customizable "containers" which lets you easily edit the look of the visible and invisible blocks. Examples in code below.
Date Submitted Sun. Oct. 8th, 2006 11:19 AM
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Beginner alp0001
Tags debug | debugging | JavaScript
Comments 2 comments
Basically, you can dynamically ask the webpage to look at a current object's attributes/values or even change the object's attributes/values. As such, running this script on any browser of your choice should show what attributes your particular browser will allow for an object reference you typed in.
Date Submitted Thu. Aug. 31st, 2006 1:36 PM
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Helper dohpaz
Tags debug | HTML | PHP | Variable
Comments 0 comments
A quick and simple function to dump a variable (array, object, string, int, etc) out into -formatted output for a web browser.

If the variable is an array or an object, you can have it returned into the another variable for later processing (i.e., through templates or e-mail). Due to lack of free time, if the variable is not an array or an object, it will ignore the $return value and print directly to output.

Future revisions will add the above mentioned functionality.
Date Submitted Thu. Jul. 27th, 2006 7:54 AM
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Helper rastersize
Tags debug | PHP
Comments 0 comments
A small function to help you debug your PHP scripts (with the debug modell, output as much as possible to see where the script fails).
Date Submitted Mon. Apr. 3rd, 2006 10:41 AM
Revision 1
Helper jpinkham
Tags debug | Java | toString
Comments 1 comments
Do you find yourself implementing toString on your objects all the time, and wondering why (the debugger seems to do a pretty good job of it all by itself)...well, here's a bit of introspection applied to the problem. This is for all those quick debug sessions where you just want to do System.out.println(myComplexObject).

Instead, just do System.out.println(DebugPrint.toString(myComplexObject));