17.4.4. The IMemoryBlock Interface

The IMemoryBlock interface represents a memory block. A block consist of a start address and some byte data. Here are an example of two memory blocks generated by the assembler:

*=$1000 "Block 1"
.byte 1,2,3

*=$2000 "Block 2"
lda #1
sta $d020

It can either be passed as argument to the plugin or created by the plugin and returned as a result. Use the 'createMemoryBlock' in the IEngine interface to create new memory blocks.

Table 17.3. IMemoryBlock Interface

Method Description
int getStartAddress() The start address of the memory block.
byte[] getBytes() The assembled bytes of the memory block.
String getName(); The name of the memory block.