Examining and Analyzing Arrays
TotalView can quickly display very large arrays in Variable Windows. An array can be the elements that you define in your program, or it can be an area of memory that you cast into an array.
If an array extends beyond the memory section in which it resides, the initial portion of the array is formatted correctly. If memory isn’t allocated for an array element, TotalView displays Bad Address in the element’s subscript.
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