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Old 08-28-2009, 02:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi I am newbie in BlackBerry

How I use the dubug statement in blackberry, and In which window ,I can see this statement .

Like as In Android we use Log.i("",""); and see this debug statement in logcat window.

Please help me.
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Exactly what are you trying to accomplish?
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Actually I want to know how use debug statements.
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Use System.out.println("This is a debug trace")

The line will display in the "output" window when using the simulator, or when debugging from the device.
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