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Lucas Santos19,315 Points
How can I check the value of a variable/expression in Android Studio. ("Evaluate Expression" is not working)
I am trying to quickly check the value of a variable in Android Studio. I have seen a video here on treehouse of someone using "Evaluate Expressions" to check the value of a variable or expression.
For some reason the option to "Evaluate Expression" is disabled in a grey color and I am not able to use it. If someone knows how to get it to work or another method to checking expressions that would be great.
I would also use System.out.println() but that wont work in Android Studio.
You may be able to get what you're looking for by running your app in debug mode with the line containing the variable marked in the gutter. After the code which sets that variable has run, then you should be able to hover your mouse over the variable to see what its current value is.
Hope that helps!