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Debugging Issues

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I have been using VB.net for some time and all of a sudden when writing and
using the debugger to view values that I am watching the values appear as I
believe memory addresses. Example: I have a varible named result as an
integer. Result is going to tell me how long a string is. Here is the line
of code. result = me.textbox.text.length. I put a line break on the line
after this in the code window to view the value of result and the feedback I
receive is &H1 instead of an integer value. This kind of feedback happens
while trying to view array indexes as well. I am at a loss here.
I can take my work to my other laptop at home and everything is fine. The
difference here is that my laptop at home runs XP Home and my laptop at work
runs XP Professional. Since I hammer my laptop pretty heavily at work I have
rebuilt it and reinstalled everything but I still get the same result.
Any ideas of solutions would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Hi Dave,

Did you look in the options at Debugging if the checkbox Hexadecimal display
is checked or not?

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I have been using VB.net for some time and all of a sudden when writing and using the debugger to view values that I am watching the values appear as I believe memory addresses. Example: I have a varible named result as an
integer. Result is going to tell me how long a string is. Here is the line
of code. result = me.textbox.text.length. I put a line break on the line
after this in the code window to view the value of result and the feedback I receive is &H1 instead of an integer value. This kind of feedback happens
while trying to view array indexes as well. I am at a loss here.
I can take my work to my other laptop at home and everything is fine. The
difference here is that my laptop at home runs XP Home and my laptop at work runs XP Professional. Since I hammer my laptop pretty heavily at work I have rebuilt it and reinstalled everything but I still get the same result.
Any ideas of solutions would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.

Jul 21 '05 #2

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