Data Viewing Introduction
The variables window is always available and allows you to quickly see the
current state of variables in a routine. A data view window is a window
dedicated to one particular variable (or part of a variable) allowing you to
see its contents in isolation. There are four different types of data view: simple
expression, array, structure and memory dump. In
addition, from one data view window you can also open other. These five types
of data view are described below. You do not have to worry about which view
should be displayed. It is all handled by SDBG.
The method used to display a data view window depends upon the current window.