5.4.2. Memory accesses

During execution, the Memory Accesses area of the live update window provides a view of how the application accesses memory. The graph tracks read accesses in orange and write accesses in red and adds a vertical line to the graph for every second of execution, giving you an overview of your code's memory usage over time. These values are stacked on top of each other, so the highest point represents the combined size of all reads and writes.

Figure 5.7. The memory accesses live update graph

The memory accesses live update graph

The key to the right of the graph shows updates during execution and depends on the current maximum memory access value. The top of the graph always represents the largest memory access value in a given second, but this value can change mid-execution, causing the key to update.

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