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Goran Ekstrom

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Showing memory contents  
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  Posted: Jun 19, 2017 7:14 AM
Hi,
is there a quick way of showing the raw memory contents at a variable's address? I have "unsigned char[]" buffers and the IDE treats it as a string and stops showing data at the first 0 encountered. Right now I jot down the adress and go to the CPU debug window but that is very tedious. Using Tokyo Pro.

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Goran
Alex Belo

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  Posted: Jun 19, 2017 9:09 AM   in response to: Goran Ekstrom in response to: Goran Ekstrom
Goran Ekstrom wrote:

is there a quick way of showing the raw memory contents at a
variable's address? I have "unsigned char[]" buffers and the IDE
treats it as a string and stops showing data at the first 0
encountered.

Create a watch like "*p", double click on it to invoke "Watch
properties" dialog, select "Decimal" representation, and set "Repeat
count" as required.

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