User and Reference Guide

  • 2020
  • 10/23/2020
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Memory Browser View

Window > Show View > Memory Browser
memory view
Memory Browser
The Memory Browser view allows you to monitor and modify process memory. For detailed instructions on interacting with memory, see Working with Memory.
Before establishing a target connection, ensure that the
Memory Browser
view does not contain any memory renderings. Otherwise, it might cause the target halt when the connection is created
In the default (integer) rendering, the Memory Browser view contains three panes by default: the memory address column, the hexadecimal rendering pane, and the text-like rendering pane.
To configure the panes, right-click any place within the rendering tab. You can use the following basic options:
  • Panes: select panes to be displayed in the tab.
  • Endian: choose the endian for the displayed numerical values.
  • Text: choose the format of the text rendering.
  • Cell size: choose the number of bytes to be displayed in each cell.
  • Radix: choose the memory rendering format.
  • Columns: select the number of columns displayed or use the automatic size fit.
View Toolbar Options
import memory
Opens the Import Memory dialog box allowing you to import memory from a file. For instructions on importing memory, see Working with Memory
export memory
Opens the Export Memory dialog box allowing you to export memory to a file. For instructions on exporting memory, see Working with Memory
open new view
Open New View
Opens new Memory Browser view.
pin view
Pin to Debug Context
Pins the memory to an active debug context selected in the Debug view.
view menu
View Menu
Opens a list of the following options: +
  • Default Rendering: allows you to choose between the traditional (integer) and floating- point rendering. If the latter rendering is set, the view contains the memory address column and the floating-point rendering pane.
  • Find/Replace: open the Find/Replace Memory dialog box allowing you to modify the memory.
  • Find Next: allows you to browse the memory rendering fast.
  • Clear Expressions: cleans the history of the search field.

Product and Performance Information


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