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3.3.2. Disassembly view

The Disassembly view provides three columns for the address, opcode, and disassembly string as shown in Figure 3.24.

Move the cursor over a disassembly line to display the whole disassembly in a help bubble. This is particularly useful if the complete disassembly string does not fit horizontally into the view.

Disassembly view

The Disassembly view title bar has the following controls:


to enter a start address to display the code from

Memory space:

to select Secure (TrustZone®) or Normal memory space, if applicable for the processor architecture


to select the disassembly mode or instruction sets for the opcodes, such as ARM or Thumb.

Mapping source lines to the disassembly listing

Click on the left-most column in the source view to highlight in blue the corresponding addresses in the disassembly view. The highlighting indicates the disassembly instructions to which the respective source statement maps.


This action is only possible for source lines with a bullet point.

Matching source and disassembly

Context menu for Disassembly view

Right-click one in the Disassembly view to display the context menu. The menu has the following options:

Insert Breakpoint

Insert a breakpoint on the selected location.

Enable Breakpoint

Enable the breakpoint at the selected location.

Breakpoint Properties

If a breakpoint is present on the selected location, selecting this option displays the Breakpoint properties dialog.

Show memory

Display a dialog to select a memory space and update the Memory view to display the memory contents at the address specified corresponding to the instruction location.

Run to here

Step the code until the selected location is reached.

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