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.NET Compiled in Debug? How do you know?

Recently I had a need to find out if the build was in Debug mode. Our build process produced debug code in production, causing all kinds of issues so I went out into the web to find a way of determining if an assembly (or executable) was created in debug.  It was much harder than I initially thought to get this information.

The article posted at The Black Box of .NET had the answer I was looking for.

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