in reply to Rambling about debuggers

Considering the quality (method GetFoo() : returns a foo. Fullstop.) of C# docs, debugger is quite often the only sensible way to find out what the heck is the method returning and where in the object it returns I might find the snippet of data I'm looking for. Generated documentation is just great ... in 98.7491% of cases you get as much information as you would from reading the name of the method and the parameters.

Jenda
Enoch was right!
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