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There are not that many tools out there that will support both client-side and server-side debugging. Below is some information on the client-side debuggers on some of the commonly used browsers-
Firefox/Mozilla/Netscape - Have a built in debugger Venkman which can be helpful but there is a Firefox add on known as FireBug which provides all the information and AJAX developer would ever need including the ability to inspect the browser DOM, console access to the JavaScript runtime in the browser, and the ability to see the HTTP requests and responses (including those made by an XMLHttpRequest). I tend to develop my applications initially on Firefox using Firebug then venture out to the other browsers. 
Safari - Has a debugger which needs to be enabled. See the Safari FAQ for details. 
Internet Explorer - There is MSDN Documentation on debugging JavaScript. A developer toolbar for Internet Explorer may also be helpful. While debuggers help a common technique knowing as "Alert Debugging" may be used. In this case you place "alert()" function calls inline much like you would a System.out.println. While a little primitive it works for most basic cases. Some frameworks such as Dojo provide APIs for tracking debug statements.

In the code chamber, you need to write the code, like whatever the TextBox contains is printed in the form of the bardcode on a button click. To make this application you first need to install the IDAutomationCode39.exe file. Open your code section and start writing the following code so that you can get to the solution.

The DateTimePicker control offers a more compact user interface than the MonthCalendar control by displaying the current date in a text box that is similar to a drop-down combo box control. When the user clicks the down arrow, a MonthCalendar control is displayed. Unlike the MonthCalendar control discussed in the previous section, the DateTimePicker control displays only a single month at a time.A DateTimePicker control displaying a month calendar.The date reflected by the control is available through the Value property, which is typed as a DateTime object, as shown here:
DateTime selectedDate = startTimeDatePicker.Value;
In addition to the Value property, which can be used to set or read the current status of the DateTimePicker control, the Value property’s type has the following read-only properties, which can be used to retrieve time and date components:

  • Year
  • Month
  • Day
  • DayOfWeek
  • Hour
  • Minute
  • Second
  • Millisecond

These steps are guides you to create a setup for a Windows Forms application using Visual Studio 2010- 

Step 1: First of all, create a Windows Forms application.  

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