The memory dump window is displayed using View|Memory. It displays the contents of the program's memory at arbitrary adresses. When you scroll to the end of the area indicated by the scrollbar, additional data is retrieved from memory automatically.
To display memory contents, enter an address in the edit field. The address need not be given in hexadecimal form - it can be an expression.
You can specifiy a format how the memory contents shall be displayed by chooseing the appropriate options from the popup menu that you invoke by clicking the right mouse button.
A number of address expressions are remembered. You can recall such an expression from the drop-down list. Please note that the address expression is remembered together with the format.
If you don't need to investigate memory contents, it is recommended that you clear the expression so that no memory dump is displayed - this speeds up the debugging process.