The chart on the following pages shows the keypress and functions for the CS:EIP window.




Displays the user/application screen.


Toggle on and off display of symbols from .SYM or .MAP file.


Sets or resets a break point at the current view point.


Sets a hardware breakpoint. Enter the address, size (b for byte, w for word, or d for dword) and type

(e for execute, w for write, r for read). Hardware breakpoints will break and return control to the debugger when the specified condition has been met while an application executes. For example, TestVar,b,r will return control to CWD when the first byte at location TestVar has been read by a CPU instruction. TestVar,d,e will return control to CWD when any of the first four bytes at location TestVar are used to execute an instruction.


Moves the display point to the expression specified when prompted. Expression used may contain symbols, numbers or registers. Segment and offset should be separated by a colon. For example, SS:ESP and DS:80h are both valid expressions. It is possible to specify both a register and a numeric/symbolic expression for the offset, e.g. EBP+10h, or two registers, e.g., DX:AX


Displays a sorted list of symbols. Highlight the symbol you want to move the display to and press enter. Symbols are listed with names on the left and values on the right. The C or D displayed adjacent to the value indicates the address type is CODE or DATA. A speed search is available by typing the desired symbol text. Backspacing to eliminate typed characters is supported.


Executes instructions until the current view position is reached.


Moves display position to current CS:EIP.


Opens a data window with default assignments. CWD supports multiple data windows.

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