The DUMP tag inserts a hex-dump display in-line in the formatted output, as opposed to the ADDR tag which only shows the address itself. This insertion is particularly useful when formatting for the batch report, since the user is not otherwise able to view the storage.
Figure 1. Syntax

1 <DUMP address length > ?heading-text? </DUMP>
Hexadecimal address of storage area to be displayed.

The address parameter is 64-bit enabled. For details, see Specifying 64-bit addresses.

Hexadecimal length (in bytes) of storage area to be displayed.
The heading text to immediately precede the hex-dump display.


The hex-dump display always starts in column one, regardless of current indentation.

The character-interpreted section on the right-hand side of the display is based on EBCDIC-encoded hexadecimal values. If the data is known to contain ASCII-encoded values, then use the DUMPA tag instead (see DUMPA (ASCII dump)).

In the interactive reanalysis report, the heading text is presented in white.