14.3.2. Setting memory with the Interactive Memory Settings dialog box

To set memory contents with the Interactive Memory Setting dialog box:

  1. Display the Memory view, if it is not visible.

  2. Right-click on a memory address to display the context menu.

  3. Select Set Start Address... from the context menu to display the Memory view toolbar. The Start Address field is selected. Figure 14.18 shows an example.

    Figure 14.18. Start Address field in Memory view

    Start Address field in Memory view

  4. Enter 0x000088A0 as the new start address.

  5. Select Debug → Memory/Register Operations → Set Memory... from the main menu to display the Interactive Memory Setting dialog box. Figure 14.19 shows an example.

    Figure 14.19. Interactive Memory Setting dialog box

    Interactive Memory Setting dialog box

  6. Enter the memory location to change in the Addr: field, if you want to change the value at a different location. If required, use the drop-down arrow to select a previously used addresses from the stored list.

  7. Enter the value for the memory location in the Enter New Value: field. If required, use the drop-down arrow to select a previously used value from the stored list. For example, enter 0x40.

  8. Click Set to change the value of the specified memory location. If required, use the drop-down arrow to select a previously used value from the stored list. The Log is updated to show your change, shown in Figure 14.20.

    Figure 14.20. Memory set in Interactive Memory Setting dialog box

    Memory set in Interactive Memory Setting dialog box

  9. Click Close to close the Interactive Memory Setting dialog box.

Changed values are displayed in the Memory view in the usual way. That is, updated values are displayed in blue or light blue, depending on when they last changed.

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