How doy you display binary format/output in watch windows

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    JohnnySH
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    Hell0

     

    I know this seems really basic,

    when in the watch windows how do you display a variable output in binary radix format

    Other IDEs give you the option

    I have tried variable,b under the name in watch windows, but does not diplay 10101010001 format

     

    any help much appreciated

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    #32896

    JohnnySH
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    Im on your 30day evaluation,

    I’m guessing this is a limitation of this IDE,

     

    No radix control in watch widows !!

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    vubucowi
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    I was messing around with the elf, or the file with no extension to which i add the elf extension for my needs, Anyways I corrupted it and deleted it because I figured a new one would be generated upon rebuild or compile etc.. but no such luck.. How do I get msbuild/visualGDb to generate another one?

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