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    John Nilsson commented  · 

    I think this could be extended beyond an immediate window replacement. It could be defining a new category of tooling.

    I've noticed a tendency to use test runners and unit test tools as exploration tools and simple automation tasks. Projects having lots of small [Explicit] tests (or just useless tests) that serve no other purpose than for debugging and understanding a piece of functionality while interacting with it.

    Integrating linqpad into vs could define a category of tooling for this kind of code where benchmarking and other diagnostics tools for interactive exploration of some aspect take priority over executing and validating lots and lots of invariants.

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