2.1.1. Specifying address ranges

Many commands enable you to specify a range of addresses. You specify an address range using either of the following formats:

start_addr..end_addr

Start address and an absolute end address, for example:

memmap,define 0x10000..0x20000

start_addr..+length

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

memmap,define 0x10000..+0x10000

In both cases, the start and end values are inclusive.

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

printdsm mymacro()..+1000

printdsm main..+1000

fill Arr_2_Glob..+64=0xFF

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