@  (dump memory)
 

Syntax

@ [expression] [length]
Description


This command will dump ARM memory starting at expression for optional length words.  It is useful for debugging direct control of the ARM peripherals, or looking at memory.  If expression is omitted and length was non-zero , then the next length of memory will be displayed.

Normally @ expression length will be used first, with following pages displayed by typing @ without the expression.

Expression and length are hex values without the leading &H or $..  

Example


The following example displays the area of ARM memory corresponding to the PWM registers.  Memory address on the left, followed by 4 or 8 words of memory displayed in hex.
@e0014000 10

EO014000: 00000000 00000001 04BFE6BB 0000E663 0000A516 00000000 00000000 00000000
E0014020: 00000000 00000001 04BFE6BB 0000E663 0000A516 00000000 00000000 00000000

The display above shows the 16 words following hex address e0014000.  With the display showing addresses to the left of the : and 32bit word values to the right.  Versions of firmware before 8.11 and 7.53 do not show the addresses.

Differences from other BASICs

See also