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How to display wchar_t* as string in the debugger?

  • I tried Qt Creator and Visual Studio 2013 and I cannot get in any way to view the contents of a wchar_t* string.

    Here is some code:

    wchar_t* source01,
    size_t source01Count,
    wchar_t* source02,
    size_t source02Count,
    wchar_t* destination,
    size_t destinationCount)
    for (int index = 0;
    (source01Count) > index;
    *destination++ = *source01++;

    I want to watch the string that's being built at "destination"? Is that possible somehow but in the memory window?

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