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When you are not using the mjolner tool to find a crash bug or the like, it can sometimes be helpfull to write out some debug statements. It is highly recommened not to use a putline or puttext or any normal beta output methods, instead one should the debug-patterns in cpntools/

There are quite a few different types of debugging patterns, which one can switch on and off. The various patterns are use for different debug situations. There fx. a pattern called debugCPNet which is use for monitoring CPNet.

Then there is one pattern which is always used instead of putlines and the like. This is debugTemp. A nice thing about all these debug patterns are, that their all are subpatterns of putFormat. This means that one can use a printf-like output manner.

A last thing to mention here is the assert pattern. This is not directly a debug pattern, but is placed in the same file. This is nice to use for certain invariants, but one has to remember to write … assert (# #), although it makes no sense.