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About In-System Memory Content Editor

agaripcan6223
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Hello to everyone.

 

Does anyone know exactly the meaning of the content on the rightmost of the screen in the In-System Memory Content Editor interface where we view real-time memory contents? You can find the screenshot of these contents below. Thanks..2020-04-27_233830.bmp

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SyafieqS
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Hi Ali,

In Hex Editor Pane, both are the value of your real time memory contents. Left side is in hex value and right side is in ascii character. It is the same thing. For each instance of an in-system memory or constant, the Hex Editor displays data in hexadecimal representation and ASCII characters (if the word size is a multiple of 8 bits). Unprintable ASCII characters are represented by a period (.). Example in your memory content the first row of last column which is "39" in hex is "9" in ascii character.

 

Thanks,

Regards

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