Viewing Variables & Values

This video demonstrates how to use [Script Debugger 6](http://www.latenightsw.com) to examine your script’s variables and view their values in various ways.

The video is aimed at helping new Script Debugger users transition from Apple’s Script Editor. It gives a very brief explanation of Script Debugger’s user interface and shows how you can use Script Debugger to look at various types of values (including numbers, booleans, file specifications, dates, lists, records, and much more) in your script.

__[Download example scripts from the video](https://s3.amazonaws.com/latenightsw.com/SD6ViewingVariablesAndValues.zip)__

After you’ve finished this video, check out the [No More Caveman Debugging](http://latenightsw.com/no-more-caveman-debugging/) video along with our other (http://latenightsw.com/tutorials/).

If you are new to Script Debugger, it is a powerful AppleScrip development environment that makes AppleScript amazingly productive. We offer a 20-day [free trial](http://www.latenightsw.com/free-trial) so you can find out for yourself how Script Debugger can make AppleScript useful for you without any risk.

For those considering upgrading from Script Debugger 5, please see the [Script Debugger 6 Release Notes](http://http://www.latenightsw.com/script-debugger-6-release-notes/) for a full list of new features.