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.typeopt (Set Type Options)

The .typeopt command sets or displays the type options.

.typeopt +Flags 
.typeopt -Flags 
.typeopt +FlagName 
.typeopt -FlagName 
.typeopt 

Parameters

+

Causes the type options specified by FlagName to be set.

-

Causes the type options specified by FlagName to be cleared.

Flags

Specifies the type options to be changed. FlagName can be a sum of any of the following values (there is no default):

0x1

Displays values in all Watch windows and the Locals window as having UNICODE data type.

0x2

Displays values in all Watch windows and the Locals window as having LONG data type.

0x4

Displays integers in all Watch windows and the Locals window in the default radix.

0x8

Causes the debugger to choose the matching symbol with the largest size when the Locals window or Watch window references a symbol by name but there is more than one symbol that matches this name. The size of a symbol is defined as follows: if the symbol is the name of a function, its size is the size of the function in memory. Otherwise, the size of the symbol is the size of the data type that it represents.

FlagName

Specifies the type options to be changed. FlagName can be any one of the following strings (there is no default):

uni

Displays values in all Watch windows and the Locals window as having UNICODE data type. (This has the same effect as 0x1.)

longst

Displays values in all Watch windows and the Locals window as having LONG data type. (This has the same effect as 0x2.)

radix

Displays integers in all Watch windows and the Locals window in the default radix. (This has the same effect as 0x4.)

size

Causes the debugger to choose the matching symbol with the largest size when the Locals window or Watch window references a symbol by name but there is more than one symbol that matches this name. The size of a symbol is defined as follows: if the symbol is the name of a function, its size is the size of the function in memory. Otherwise, the size of the symbol is the size of the data type that it represents. (This has the same effect as 0x8.)

Environment

Modes

user mode, kernel mode

Targets

live, crash dump

Platforms

all

 

Remarks

Without any arguments, .typeopt displays the current symbol options.

 

 

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