MDB Reference: x

x /tnfu [address]

The MDB x command is used to examine memory in any of several formats, independently of your program data types.


Type of Memory: r = file register; p = program (flash); e =EEPROM data.
Repeat Count (integer). Specifies how much memory in u units to display.
Display Format: same formats supported by print.
Unit Size: b = bytes; h = half words (two bytes); w = words (four bytes).
The starting address (defaults to just after last address examined). Once you specify t and u, they will "stick" for subsequent uses of x, until changed.


> x /r2b 0x1f886030
00  00
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