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I want to do something when every line of my code runs. for example adding the count of line of code that has been run until now.how can i create that event?
I dont want create profiler !
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 3-Jan-15 0:57am    
Not clear at all. Probably you don't understand the very fundamentals of programming. In a built application (assembly), there are no "lines of code".
—SA

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Can't you declare one variable and increment that after each line?

But your requirement seems weird to me. But you can do what I said above.
 
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mohsen.keshavarzi 3-Jan-15 3:56am    
i want this for security of my app.for ex : if someone alterd my assembly the number will be incorrect.i can not do that you said.
There might be other good ways to secure the app. I don't think this is the correct way. Please search how to secure apps and you will find many awesome ways to do this.

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