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DebugPrint - Display debugging messages

May
373
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For batchfiles or functions of any size, I try to include debugging messages. Many take a '/D' (or -D) argument to turn on debugging or just relay on the environment variable 'DEBUG' to be defined.

Therefore, I created this simple function so I can put this in the code and the function will decide if a message should be printed. It then will display it in RED and prefix the text with "DEBUG: "

Code:
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:: DebugPrint
::
:: Simple command to display an error message in RED with a DEBUG
:: before it.  Very useful in scripts.
::
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DebugPrint {
    iff defined Debug then
        SetColor RED
        echo DEBUG: %@Unquote[%1]
        SetColor NORMAL
    endiff
}
 
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