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Memory Access Patterns Source Window

Memory Access Patterns Source Window Purpose and Usage

Use this window to examine the source code for a selected site.

Memory Access Patterns Source Window Access

To access this window in the
Memory Access Patters
tab under the
Refinement Reports
, double-click a data row.

Memory Access Patterns Source Window Regions and Usage

When using the
Intel Advisor
GUI on Linux* OS, the editor defined by the appears with the file open at the corresponding location.
When using the
Intel Advisor
GUI on Windows* OS, the file type association (or
Open With
dialog box) determines the editor used.
When using Visual Studio*, the Visual Studio code editor appears with that file open at the corresponding location.
From top left to bottom right:
  • View Activation pane -
    Enable or disable views shown in the Source view.
  • Source View pane -
    View source code of the selected loop/function.
  • Assembly View pane -
    View assembly source of the selected loop/function.
  • Details View pane -
    View details of the selected site.

Memory Access Patterns Source Window Controls

Use This
To Do This
Source view
View user-visible source code representation of the selected loop.
Assembly view
View assembly representation of the selected loop's code.
Details
View details for the selected code region.

Product and Performance Information

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