# Using Echo with Lexical Scoping Constructs

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 Hello All, I would like to use Echo to debug user-defined functions which are called up by Manipulate but have found that Manipulate suppresses the Echo. To give an example, the following works fine: echoFn[x_] := Module[{}, Table[Echo[y], {y, 1, x}] ] echoFn[10]; However, when I insert the "echoFn" inside a function with lexical scoping such as Manipulate, as expected the Echo is suppressed (see attached Notebook). echoFn[x_] := Module[{}, Table[Echo[y], {y, 1, x}] ] Manipulate[ echoFn[tmp], Control[{{tmp, 5, "tst1"}, 1, 10, 1, Appearance -> "Labeled", ImageSize -> "Small"}] ] Can anyone think of a work around for this?Many thanks. Attachments:
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Posted 4 months ago
 Maybe this does what you want? DynamicModule[{tmp}, Row[{ "tst1" , Spacer[4] , Slider[ Dynamic[tmp , (tmp = #; Echo[tmp]) & ] , {1, 5, 1} , Appearance -> "Labeled", ImageSize -> "Small"] } ] ]