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Debugger Cannot Find AnyAll.cs

While debugging my app, I receive the following message when I reach the .Any(...) Linq method:

AnyAll.cs not found: Source Link authentication failed

First of all, I have no need to view the internal codebehind for the Any method (or other internal methods of the Linq namespace). Second, I never used to receive this message. This message is preventing me from stepping through my code. What can I do? Thanks.

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Hello, do you have a file named AnyAll.cs? Please check whether the ItemsGroup tag of the project file .csproj where the file is located contains the file. If so, please delete the bin and obj folders in the project and try to rebuild the project.

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AnyAll.cs is not one of my files, it is part of the framework or some other code that is not maintained by me (especially since I am using VB, not C#). I did not see it listed in the .vbproj file, but it is not listed there for any other projects either, so I don't think it is supposed to be. I have tried deleting bin & obj and rebuilding, but that did not make any difference.

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Sorry, we cannot reproduce this problem. You mentioned that this has never happened before. What changes did you make to the project before this error? If no special changes are made, you can also try to install the System.Linq nuget package, if the error is caused by missing files, then installing a separate nuget package can fix the problem.

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Hello, this is a follow-up visit, may I ask if your problem has been solved, what else can I help you with?

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