An array view window will be displayed if the variable or expression results in an array. The array elements are displayed in a column. The window contains a highlight bar that shows the currently selected element. This can be expanded into its own data view window by either pressing Enter or double-clicking with the left mouse button. You can move the highlight bar by dragging the scroll bar. In addition you can also move the highlight bar by using the following key presses:




Bar up one


Bar down one

Page Up

Bar up one page

Page Down

Bar down one page


Start of array


End of array


If you press the right mouse button with the mouse cursor over an expression window you will see a menu appear.

The items on the menu are as follows:

Menu item


Print value

Same as pressing Enter.

Set visible range

This opens up a dialog that allows the visible range of subscripts to be set. This means that you need only display the array section that you are interested in.

Memory dump at variable

Opens a memory dump window located at the address of the result. In this case this would be a memory dump showing the physical portion of memory used by this array element (and those around it).

Memory dump using contents

Opens a memory dump window located at the address pointed to by the result of this expression. The result does not have to be a pointer for this to work.

Set write break on variable

Places a write data break on the variable.

Set use break on variable

Places a use (read or write) break on the variable.


You can close any data view by pressing the Esc key.



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