Chapter 2: Entering Debugger Commands
Using Menus, the Entry Buffer, and Action Keys
On a memory display, you may need to scroll the display to show more
characters of a symbol.
The interface displays absolute addresses as hex values. If you copy and paste
an address from the display to the entry buffer, you must add a trailing "h" to
make the interface interpret it as a hex value when you use the entry buffer
contents with a command.
Text pasted into the entry buffer replaces that which is currently there. You
cannot use paste to append text to text already in the entry buffer. You can
retrieve previous entry buffer values by using the Recall button.
See "To copy-and-paste from the entry buffer to the command line entry area"
for information about pasting the contents of the entry buffer into the
command line entry area.
To paste the symbol "init_system" into the entry buffer from the interface
display area, position the mouse pointer over the symbol and then click the
left mouse button.