View registers and assembly code when debugging?

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When debugging a C# program in Visual Studio 2010, how do I bring up the window that shows the assembly code and the registers?
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How do I view the JIT compiler generated x86 disassembly when debugging?
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The problem is that this doesn't allow step-through-debugging and that the JITter optimized the code which means that the executed code and the source code aren't the same anymore.
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OK in that case, how can I view the hexadecimal representation of a floating point variable such as x, and how can I determine the memory position where x is stored?
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Interesting article. Useful information. I found the disassembly window under DEBUG -> WINDOWS.

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