Viewing Processor Memory And Files

These are selectable from the Window menu. See MPLAB® X IDE Online Help for more information on using these windows.

  • Window>PIC Memory Views - view data (RAM) and code (ROM) device memory. Select from RAM, Flash, special function registers (SFRs), CPU, and Configuration bits.
  • Window>Debugging - view debug information. Select from variables, watches, call stack, breakpoints, and stopwatch.

To view your source code, find the source code file you wish to view in the Projects window and double-click to open it in a Files window. Code in this window is color-coded according to the processor and build tool that you have selected.

To change the style of color-coding, select Tools>Options>Font & Colors then go to the 'Syntax' tab.

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