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ss (Set Symbol Suffix)

The ss command sets or displays the current suffix value that is used for symbol matching in numeric expressions.


    ss [a|w|n] 

Parameters

a

Specifies that the symbol suffix should be "A", matching many ASCII symbols.

w

Specifies that the symbol suffix should be "W", matching many Unicode symbols.

n

Specifies that the debugger should not use a symbol suffix. (This parameter is the default behavior.)

Environment

Modes

User mode, kernel mode

Targets

Live, crash dump

Platforms

All

 

Additional Information

For more information about symbol matching, see Symbol Syntax and Symbol Matching.

Remarks

If you specify the ss command together with no parameters, the current state of the suffix value is displayed.

 

 

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