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Selecting a Memory Location

If you want to move instantly to a selected location in memory, you can do so by using drag and drop or editing the value in the Address box. The Address box accepts expressions as well as numeric values. By default, the Memory window treats an Address expression as a live expression, which is reevaluated as your program executes. Live expressions can be quite handy. For example, you can use them to look at the memory that is touched by a pointer.

To select a memory location using drag and drop

  1. From any window, select a memory address or pointer variable containing a memory address.
  2. Drag the address or pointer to the Memory window, and drop it.

To select a memory location by editing

  1. In the Memory window, select the Address box.
  2. Type or paste the address you want to see and press ENTER.

See Also

Using the Memory Window | Memory Window

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