|Auto Debug On Line Help|
When you click on a function in the call tree, the window frames on the right display all the information Auto Debug has collected while tracing that call.
The bottom frame shows the input and output argument values, as well as the return value of the function.
Auto Debug attempts to dereference those arguments whose values can possibly be interpreted as pointers. If you click on such argument in the bottom frame, the middle frame will display the memory dump at the address in that argument. Small numbers are unlikely to be pointers, so they are not dereferenced.
When you click the parameter node, Binary Information will be showed.
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