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How to View Memory at an Address

There are a number of ways to view memory at a particular address, depending on where you are in SourcePoint.

Getting to a Memory Window

  1. If you are in a non-memory window, go to View|Memory on the menu bar.

    The Address dialog box opens.

  2. Enter the address you want to view in the text box.

  3. Click the OK button.

    This will bring up a Memory window containing the address.

Getting an Address From a Memory Window

If you are in a Memory window, enter the address you want to view in the text box in the left-hand corner of the dialog bar.

Alternatively, if you are in a Memory window, go to Memory|View at Address menu item to open the Address dialog box.

Address Styles

You can type in an address using any of the following address styles:

  • Linear Address (exprL) = Real or Protected Mode

  • Physical Address (exprP) = Real or Protected Mode (same as linear if paging is not in effect).

  • Offset (expr) = Offset relative to selector CS.

  • Segment Value: Offset (expr:expr) = Value selected for segment plus value selected for offset.

  • Segment Register: Offset (XS:expr) = Uppercase designation for CS, DS, ES, FS, GS, or SS register plus value selected for offset.

  • LDTR: Selector: Offset (expr:expr:expr) = Value selected for LDTR plus values selected for selector (segment register) and offset (this style is used in Protected Mode only).