Following a Pointer Through Memory
In native code applications, you can use register names as live expressions. For example, you can use the stack pointer to follow the stack.
To follow a pointer through memory
- In the Memory window Address box, type a pointer expression. The pointer variable must be within the current scope. Depending on the language, you may need to dereference it.
- Press ENTER.
Now, when you use an execution command, such as Step, the memory address displayed will automatically change as the pointer changes.