Debugging of code operating with mid-weight and heavy strings under Visual C++ is a real pain. Visual C++ native debugger has no cunning mechanism to show long strings. Of course, there are some debugger symbols like "s" and "su" which allow to see at most 252 symbols of string. But what about the rest?
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