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0x is a very common prefix for numbers written in hexadecimal, i.e. in base 16. x is a GDB command to display the content of a part of the memory. The digits and letters after the / indicate what to print: 300 words (w), in hexadecimal (x). The number after that is the address at which to start printing. “r=4 w=2 x=1” is about the numerical and symbolic ...
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