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Watchpoint Properties dialog box

Use the Watchpoint Properties dialog box to display the properties of a watchpoint.

You can:

  • View the Location at which the watchpoint is set.
  • View the memory Address at which the watchpoint is set.
  • View the Access Type of the watchpoint.
  • Enable or disable the watchpoint.
  • Set the Data Width.
  • Specify a Stop Condition.

Figure 11-56 Watchpoint Properties dialog box

Watchpoint Properties dialog box

The data location at which the watchpoint is set.
The memory address at which the watchpoint is set.
Access Type
The type of access specified for the watchpoint.
Select to enable watchpoint, deselect to disable watchpoint.
Data Width
Specify the width to watch at the given address, in bits. Accepted values are: 8, 16, 32, and 64 if supported by the target. This parameter is optional.

The width defaults to:

  • 32 bits for an address.
  • The width corresponding to the type of the symbol or expression, if entered.
Stop Condition
Specify the condition which must evaluate to true at the time the watchpoint is triggered for the target to stop. Enter a C-style expression. For example, if your application code has a variable x, then you can specify: x == 10.


You can create several conditional watchpoints, but when a conditional watchpoint is enabled, no other watchpoints (regardless of whether they are conditional) can be enabled.