Name
DumpMem -- dump contents of a memory block (V2.0)
Synopsis
DumpMem(id[, len, offset])
Function
This function dumps the contents of the memory block specified by id to the debug device (usually a console window). The optional argument allows you to specify the length in bytes that shall be dumped. If it is omitted, the whole block will be dumped. The optional argument offset can be used to start dumping from an offset inside the block.

Because of the raw data that is usually in memory blocks, Hollywood will do a hex dump including ASCII notation (if possible). The format is the following:

 
xxxxxxxx: bb bb bb bb bb bb bb bb bb bb bb bb bb bb cccccccccccccccc

x:
offset in hexadecimal notation

b:
16 bytes per line

c:
the 16 bytes in ASCII notation or '.' if the character is not graphical

Inputs
id
identifier of the memory block to be dumped
len
optional: length in bytes (defaults to 0 which means that the complete block will be dumped)
offset
optional: offset in the block from where to start dumping (defaults to 0 = beginning of the block)

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