.force_radix_output (Use Radix for Integers)

The .force_radix_output command specifies whether integers are displayed in decimal format or in the default radix.

.force_radix_output 0 
.force_radix_output 1 

Parameters

0
Displays all integers (except for long integers) in decimal format. This is the default behavior for the Debugger.

1
Displays all integers (except for long integers) in the default radix.

Environment

Modes

User mode, kernel mode

Targets

Live, crash dump

Platforms

All

Remarks

The .force_radix_output command affects the output of the dt (Display Type) command.

In WinDbg, .force_radix_output also affects the display in the Locals window and the Watch window. You can select or clear Always display numbers in default radix on the shortcut menu of the Locals or Watch window to have the same effect as .force_radix_output. These windows are automatically updated after you issue this command.

The .force_radix_output command affects only the display of standard integers. To specify whether long integers are displayed in decimal format or the default radix, use the .enable_long_status (Enable Long Integer Display) command.

To change the default radix, use the n (Set Number Base) command.

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