1.10.2. Other methods of examining the target execution environment

You can use CLI commands and macros to examine the values of registers and memory locations. Macros enable you to monitor target execution without stopping the target. For example, you can create a macro that writes the values of specific variables to a user-defined window or file, or to the Code window. You can either run this macro yourself, or set a breakpoint that runs the macro when it is activated.

Unless you are using RealMonitor or an OS-aware plug-in the target must be stopped to examine the values of registers and memory locations.

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