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Old September 22nd, 2003, 06:46 AM
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Default A serious problem with visual c .net 2003

Hello,
I have created a new blank solution, added a new blank project.
I have added some files of a C software into the project.
The problem is the debug mode.
When I debug, the watchs of debug will show only immediate variable values and show undefined to pointed values.
Meaning, I have a pointer to a struct with valid pointer value (allocated), but instead of showing the structure values it shows undefined and says "cant do the * operation*

Do you have any idea what can cause this? Is there a place I can change build parameters that will fix this?

I would appreaciate help on this matter.
Thanks in advance.






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