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Debug: M--Notes

Effects of the copy operation on existing data

If the addresses in the block being copied do not have new data written to them, the original data remains intact. However, if the destination block already contains data (as it might in an overlapping copy operation), that data is overwritten. (Overlapping copy operations are those in which part of the destination block overlaps part of the source block.)

Performing overlapping copy operations

The m command performs overlapping copy operations without losing data at the destination addresses. The contents of addresses that will be overwritten are copied first. Thus, if data is to be copied from higher addresses to lower addresses, the copy operation begins at the source block's lowest address and progresses toward the highest address. Conversely, if data is to be copied from lower addresses to higher addresses, the copy operation begins at the source block's highest address and progresses toward the lowest address.

More Information About Debug: M

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