While debugging your application, you can easily change the value in a File Register to test how your program will react to different values. This will work in either an embedded memory window or in a watches window.
Double click on top of a memory location's value or on top of a watches window value. The box should become editable with a blinking cursor or with the text highlighted.
Enter a new value. When you leave the box, the text should now be red to indicate that it has changed.
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