Resolve Ambiguity Dialog Box

 

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The Resolve Ambiguity dialog box appears when the debugger cannot choose the location to display. For example, if you are using C++ templates, you can create multiple functions from a single function template. If the debugger stops at a source location in the template, and you choose Go To Disassembly, the debugger has multiple options. Each function created from the template has its own disassembly code, and the debugger does not know which code you want to view. The Resolve Ambiguity dialog box enables you to select the location you want from a list of all corresponding locations.

Choose the specific location
Lists all the locations corresponding to your command.

Address
Shows the memory addresses for each function.

Function
Shows the name of each function.

Module
Shows the module (EXE or DLL) containing the object code for the function.

Expressions in the Debugger

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