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Why always Mbox id is 0 in Adobe debugger?

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Hi All,

Why always Mbox id is 0 in Adobe debugger? can you please help me to understand this and is there  any document/article on this

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Looking forward for response

Thank in advance,

Adarsh

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This is because software/programming languages often count starting at zero instead of starting at 1.

If there's one mbox on the page, it would have the ID of 0. If there are three on a page, their IDs would be 0, 1, and 2.

Have a good day!

Daniel

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Thanks for your questions Adarsh! These might be a good first places to start in understanding why the mbox id is 0 in the debugger: Installing the Debugging Tools and Performing QA Steps.

Warmly,

Amelia

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This is because software/programming languages often count starting at zero instead of starting at 1.

If there's one mbox on the page, it would have the ID of 0. If there are three on a page, their IDs would be 0, 1, and 2.

Have a good day!

Daniel

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Thanks for that helpful explanation, Daniel!

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Thank you so much Daniel and Amelia for info

Regards,
Adarsh