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Displaying class debug info for an imported class using QuickWatch.

Posted on 2005-05-11
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Last Modified: 2013-11-20
I have an MFC project (Visual Studio 6) which utilises a Visual Basic dll exporting a class library.  If I create an instance of a class from the VB dll in the MFC dll and add a watch to the variable, the only value I see is m_pInterface which is a pointer to the exported interface.  Ideally I would like to be able to view the class member variables through the watch window.  Is there any way of doing this?

Question by:JustinBlandford

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NawalKishore1976 earned 200 total points
ID: 13984834
You have to use some third party debugger

Author Comment

ID: 13985462
Don't particularly want to use a different debugger (unless there is no option).  Are you saying that there is no way of doing this through Visual Studio 6?

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