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Eclipse C/C++ Developer Guide
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Debug preferences

The C/C++ Debug panel controls general settings for C/C++ debugging.

C/C++ Debug preferences panel

C/C++ Debug Preference Options
Show full paths Displays the full path of resources.
Default variable format Specifies the number system in which to display variables (Natural, Hexadecimal, Decimal, or Binary).
Default expression format Specifies the number system in which to display expressions (Natural, Hexadecimal, Decimal, or Binary).
Default register format Specifies the number system in which to display registers (Natural, Hexadecimal, Decimal, or Binary).
Maximum number of displayed instructions The maximum number of assembler instructions displayed in the Disassembly view.
Color of source lines The color of source lines in the Disassembly view if mixed source/disassembly code is shown.
Show source files in binaries Show source files associated with project binaries.

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