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Who else do this after completing the project 😅

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  • 8
    Dont need to.

    C# has an option on breakpoints to output to console instead of breaking so pure write statements are not required there.

    And in js or typescript its not a big problem if you dump to console as only other devs will see it and they could get the info anyway.
  • 4
    @Voxera But please dont forget be add some fancy "work for us" ascii-art.
  • 3
    @Voxera
    console.log=a=>a;
  • 2
    Debuggers are underrated!
  • 4
    Use loggers, change log level.
  • 3
    I just remove them entirely
  • 4
    Bruh use log4j
  • 1
    GDB doesnt like this
  • 2
    @pnpninja and intellij
  • 1
    I hardly ever have so many debug prints, that it is worth find and replacing all. For small projects (and I mean REALLY small), I can keep track of where those lines are. Anything bigger than tiny, I use s logging library (not really a Java user anymore, but log4j was good enough when I used it). Then it is just a matter of changing the log level.
  • 1
    @justmove nah bruh. Eclipse is good enough for me. You just gotta add whatever plugins you need

    I have Webclipse, STS AND CodeMix
  • 2
    @pnpninja I thought so too. I'd never ever ever ever go back. ever :P but to each their own
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