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Memory Window Menu

The Memory window menu can be displayed by selecting Memory on the top-level menu, or by right-clicking in a Memory window.


Selects the size of memory objects to display play. Memory size options are 8-bit, 16-bit, 32-bit, or 64-bit. Size can also be selected directly from the dialog bar.

NOTE: Multi-byte objects are displayed little-endian data format.


Selects the display base for memory objects.  Radix options are Hex, Signed 10, or Unsigned 10.  Radix can also be selected directly from the dialog bar.


Selects the number of bytes of memory to display per row of display. Width options are from 1-byte to 64-bytes. A fit to window selection is also available.  Width can also be selected directly from the dialog bar.


Selects a character display mode.  Options include: No ASCII, 7-Bit ASCII, 8-Bit ASCII, UTF-16LE (Unicode 16-bit little-endian) and UTF-16BE (Unicode 16-bit big-endian). Unprintable ASCII characters are replace with a ‘.’ character.  Unprintable Unicode characters are usually replaced with a square character (this depends on the Unicode font selected).


The default Unicode font is Arial Unicode MS.  If not available on the Host system, the operating system will attempt to find a comparable font.  If the selected font does not work for your application, it can be overridden by adding the following entry in the SourcePoint INI file (sp.ini):



Unicode=MS Mincho             // select MS Mincho font for better Kanji characters


ASCII can also be selected directly from the dialog bar.


Forces the Memory view to re-read memory from the target.  This option is also available directly on the dialog bar.

View At Address

Brings up the Address dialog box and allows you to view memory at the address specified. You can also type a new address in the Address text box in the dialog bar to change a memory address.


Allows you to track a specific processor (P0, P1, etc.) or the current viewpoint processor.


Used to copy and paste data values in the window.  Ctrl-C and Ctrl-V also work.