Really Simple question -> Hex being displayed in Immediate Window in VB.NET 2005

Whenever I look at the value of a variable in the immediate window, its being displayed as Hex.  I must've selected an option somewhere but don't know where.  Does anyone know how to turn it back.
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how do you know it is being displayed as HEX?  Can you show us an example of what you are trying to display?
Can you show the code, and what variable you are trying to display?

EnjayAuthor Commented:
If you enter ? 20 into the immedaite window, it will come back with &H14 not 20
Fernando SotoRetiredCommented:
Hi Enjay;

The only way I know to do this while in debug mode go to the Watch window right click and uncheck the Hexadecimal Display. This will also effect the immedaite window.

I hope that this was of some help.


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EnjayAuthor Commented:
Good on Fernando.
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