User and Reference Guide

  • 2020
  • 07/29/2020
  • Public Content

Disassembly View

Window > Show View > Disassembly
disassembly view
The Disassembly view displays the program as a list of assembler instructions. You can configure the view to display the assembler instructions and the corresponding lines of source code together. The currently executed instruction is highlighted and indicated by a marker in the view.
By default, the Disassembly view displays instructions associated with the active debug context. If no active debug context exists, the view is empty.
View Toolbar Options
You can interact with the Disassembly view using the following buttons:
Refresh View
Refreshed the view and updates the list of assembler instructions.
Go to Current Program Counter
Returns to the assembler instructions being executed at the current time.
Link with Active Debug Context
Displays only instructions associated with the debug context selected in the Debug view.
Show Source
Displays assembler instructions together with the corresponding lines of high-level source code.

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