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AnswerRe: rookie need help with STL PinmemberRahul from Poona23-Feb-13 22:26 
Questionlocals not valid in debugger [modified] Pinmemberbkelly1313-Feb-13 3:13 
AnswerRe: locals not valid in debugger PinmvpRichard MacCutchan13-Feb-13 3:18 
GeneralRe: locals not valid in debugger [modified] Pinmemberbkelly1313-Feb-13 3:51 
The computer was rebooted, same results. On the above suggestion, did a Clean and Rebuild, same results. I will try another reboot and clean and if sucessful, will post the results. Otherwise, assume no change.
(The working computer has no internet connection and is in another room)
 
I also noticed:
 
m_hour = 0;
m_minute = 0;
m_second = 0;
 
All are declared a member variables. The debugger skipped over m_hour and visited m_minute and m_second. Very curious.
 
EDIT
 
After a reboot and after deleting the *ncp and *.pch files, the results were the same. Another Clean and Build had no effect.
 
THEN
I realized the project was set to build the realease version. (That is displayed in the toolbar) After changing that to debug, everything seems normal again. I could whine about this, that, and the other, and how it SHOULD work but that is not going to change anything. The end result is almost two hours expended learning this little lesson because I did not notice all the indicators.
 
Thanks for taking the time to post.
Thanks for your time


modified 13-Feb-13 10:10am.

AnswerRe: locals not valid in debugger PinmemberAlbert Holguin13-Feb-13 4:42 
GeneralRe: locals not valid in debugger PinmvpRichard MacCutchan13-Feb-13 5:36 
Question64 bit MFC application failed to create mdb and mdw files ? Pinmemberkhaliloenit12-Feb-13 3:28 
AnswerRe: 64 bit MFC application failed to create mdb and mdw files ? PinmvpRichard MacCutchan12-Feb-13 4:57 
GeneralATL how get the name of the target class inside of a template? PinmemberFrank Coder12-Feb-13 3:16 
GeneralRe: ATL how get the name of the target class inside of a template? PinmvpRichard MacCutchan12-Feb-13 4:55 

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