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Tip of the Day
Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Mar 8, 2002

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View the Right Side of a Truncated String


You see trailing ellipses (...) when VB truncates either the expression or data portion of a data tip (the mouse-hover watch value you get while debugging). This is great if you want to see the left side of a long string value, but not quite as compelling if you care about the right side. Hold the control key down and re-hover over the expression to force VB to truncate on the left instead of the right. VB truncates all instant watch strings at 251 characters, so you won
Matt Curland
 
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