AS6 - Ascii presentation in watch window

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Hi,

In AS5 it was possible to have the Ascii representation of values in the watch window by adding ,c to the variable name.
In AS6 this not works. How do I do this???

Regards
Leif[/img]

Br Leif G

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Hi, this still works for me :

		a	65	int{data}@0x10fa (FP+1)
		a,c	65 'A'	int{data}@0x10fa (FP+1)

Can you give more details, screenshots, examples of what is not working ?

Tnx,
Dan

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Hi,

Ok, well I see that if the array is defined global I can see the ascii presentation, but a local declared array is not possible. Another issue is taht in some case I get watch windov value optimized away when enter ,c. Strange.

ellile[/img]

Br Leif G

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Define the variable as volatile and/or assign the variable to another variable so that the compiler sees the variable as used and does not optimize it away. You may have to do both.

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