Editing Memory Contents

 


Within the Memory Editor, you can fill selected cells with binary, hexadecimal, octal, signed decimal, or unsigned decimal values, edit individual cells, or you can fill an address range with an arbitrary sequence of repeating values. You can display the contents of a Memory Initialization File (.mif) or Hexadecimal (Intel-Format) File (.hex) by selecting how many words you want to view on an individual row, or automatically fit as many words as possible into the Memory Editor window. Radix commands allow you to change the view of the memory content to binary, hexadecimal, octal, or decimal values. With the Memory Size wizard, you can change the number and size of words displayed in the currently open memory file.

You can also copy tab-delimited text from a text file or spreadsheet and paste it into a Memory Initialization File (.mif) or Hexadecimal (Intel-Format) File (.hex). When you insert cells with either with the Insert Cells or the Paste Insert command, all cells after the insertion point move to the right, and the number of memory words remains the same, removing any extra cells that would have been appended to the end of the Memory Editor grid.

When you delete memory cells, all memory words after the deletion point move left and the file size remains the same with number of cells deleted appended to the end of the Memory Editor grid with values of 0 (zero). The number of cells appended is the same as the number of cells deleted.

 

ExpandTo fill memory cell(s) with values:

ExpandTo specify the number of cells to display in a row:

ExpandTo specify the address or memory radix:

ExpandTo go to a specific memory address:

ExpandTo copy and paste memory cells:

ExpandTo delete memory cells:

ExpandTo insert and paste insert memory cells:

ExpandTo find and replace text:

ExpandTo reserve the address content of memory cells:

ExpandTo change the number and size of words with the Memory Size wizard:

 

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