# 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

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.