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This (Me) Window

Visual Studio .NET 2003

C/C++, C#, and Visual Basic only.

The This and Me windows are the same; only the name is different to help programmers. Both windows display three columns of information:

Name
Shows the object pointed to by the this pointer in C/C++ or C# and the me object in Visual Basic. A tree control allows you to expand the object to see elements. When the object is expanded, the name of each element appears in this column.
Value
Shows the value contained by each variable. By default, integer variables are represented in decimal form. You can change the representation to hexadecimal in the General, Debugging, Options dialog box or by right-clicking the Autos window and choosing the Hexadecimal Display option from the shortcut menu.
Type
Identifies the data type of each variable listed in the Name column.

See Also

Using the This Window | Expressions in Visual Basic | Visual Studio Debugger Model

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