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Changing values using X16 Debugger

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As far as I can work out there isn't any way to change a memory address value when in the debugger?  Sometimes it can be very useful to be able to tweak a 6502 program's data attributes in "real time". I currently hook up a inc/dec routine to the joy-pad buttons...anybody else had experience of something similar and come up with other creative ways to achieve it? 

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The Monitor lets you do it, but that won't help you if you are running in a graphics mode.

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The debugger doesn't currently allow you to fill values in memory... that said, I happen to be in the middle of some changes to the debugger based on a separate suggestion to make it possible to dump VRAM, so I think I'll go ahead and add a "fill" command while I'm at it. So hopefully it'd make it into r38, which shouldn't be too far off on the horizon.

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