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Displaying HRESULT String Names and Descriptions

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And in the debugger (in case you ever just want to check rather than do it programmatically) - put a watch on:


@err is equivilent to calling GetLastError(), and the ,hr translates a HRESULT to a string for Windows result codes. You can also use the ,hr on your own variables:

HRESULT result = SomeWin32CallThatReturnsAHRESULT();
put a watch on: result,hr

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