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Re: How to set memory value from gdb? (MI)
On Mon, Jun 04, 2007 at 04:54:04PM +0200, Bogdan Slusarczyk wrote:
Is there any possibility to set memory bit by bit? Suppose I want to set
some larger area than short or long, can I do this using gdb?
Hi, can anybody tell me how to set memory value from gdb? Suppose I want to set
bool variable using memory, I tryied '-var-create - * *0x0289add0-0x0289add1'
and next: '-var-assign var1 1' but I got: 'Left operand of assignment is not an
lvalue' How can I do it properly?
Try *(short *)0x0289add0. I believe the "TBD" marker in the manual
means the syntax it describes doesn't exist yet. We should decide if
we want it, or get rid of the documentation for it.
PS. What does "TBD" mean?