11.1.8. Specifying address ranges

Some processors support address ranges for hardware breakpoints, which halt the processor when the PC reaches any address in the specified address range. You specify an address range using either of the following formats:


Start address and an absolute end address, for example:



Start address and length of the address region, for example:


These formats can be used in the various breakpoint dialog boxes available in the GUI, in addition to the CLI commands.

You can also use symbol names, such as macros, function names, and variables as the start address:

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