Memory location of variables

Discussion created by lpcware Employee on Jun 15, 2016
Latest reply on Jun 15, 2016 by lpcware
Content originally posted in LPCWare by Petervg on Mon May 21 10:21:19 MST 2012

is there an easy way to visualize the memory location of a variable when debugging a target? I just made the switch from 8-bit AVR to 32-bit LPC and the only thing I'm missing is the physical memory location when I hover over a variable when the target is halted, or when I add a variable/array to the watch window. I can perfectly see the content of the variable, and when using &var as an expression in the memory view I can also sort of locate the varbiable, but in AVR studio I could see the memory location of every single byte including the type of the variable (see type/location in the watch below - screenshot of AVR studio):


Anybody an idea how this can be done in lpcxpresso? I searched the forums already, but I wasn't able to find a conclusive answer to this...

Thanks in advance!