Conveniently viewing __m256 in different ways

Neill Clift 21 Reputation points

When debugging a C++ program using __m256 how do I view this is different ways?
I am using visual studio16.8.3 and the only format it is showing me is 4 64 bit integers. My program happens to be using SIMD with 8 32 bit integers.
Surely there is some way to conveniently view registers and values in the correct way?

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