Microsoft Windows* 8

Integer Numbers

The debugger accepts all valid C/C++ expressions except from assignment operators such as =, +=, −=, etc., prefix and postfix increment and decrement operators ++ and --, the ? : operator and function calls.

Symbols

The debugger accepts all valid C/C++ expressions except from assignment operators such as =, +=, −=, etc., prefix and postfix increment and decrement operators ++ and --, the ? : operator and function calls.

Symbols are names which are defined within the target program (for example, variables or procedure names). Depending on their scope, they may not be visible all the time.

Debugger Variables

Debugger variable names consist of letters and digits. The name of a debugger variable is case-sensitive. They always start with a letter. An '@' is prefixed to the variable name to access the contents of the variable.

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