Hi All
usually I do
EVAL *string:s
to get the value of the string, but sometimes I need to see the hex value. It works find on the arrays, let's say, char string[256]. So when I do
EVAL string:x
I get the whole string in hex as I want. I guess it's possible because the debugger knows exactly the length of the array. When I work with pointers, let's say char *string, I can only do
EVAL string[0]:x
to get the hex value byte by byte. It is very annoying.

Is there any way I can get more than just one byte?

Thanks
Boris


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