M (Memory-dump format specifier)
Displays a memory dump, starting with the address of the indicated expression.
The expression must be a construct that would be valid on the left side of an assignment statement (a construct that denotes a memory address). Otherwise, the M specifier is ignored.
By default, each byte of the variable is shown as two hex digits; you can change the display by adding a specifier to the M specifier:
To Display Specifier to Add
Bytes as decimal D
Bytes as Hex H, X, or $
Variable as a string S or C
(with or without special
The default number of bytes displayed corresponds to the size of the variable, but you can use a repeat count to specify an exact number of bytes.