2.3.84. MEMWINDOW

Sets the base address of the Memory view.

Note

This command is not available when running in command line mode.

Syntax

MEMWINDOW [{/8|/16|/32}] address

where:

/8

Sets the display format to 8 bits.

/16

Sets the display format to 16 bits.

/32

Sets the display format to 32 bits.

Note

If no display format is specified, the default is the native format for the debug target. For example, the ARM7TDMI processor naturally addresses bytes of 8 bits.

address

The base address for the Memory view.

Description

The MEMWINDOW command sets the base address of the Memory view. You can specify the size of each printed value using the qualifiers. If you do not specify a size, the previous size is retained.

Example

The following example shows how to use MEMWINDOW:

memw /8 0x200

Display values in the Memory view as bytes from the address 0x200.

See also

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