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writing the output from the memory pane in visual studio to a file

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I want to write out what i see in the memory pane in visual studio to a file. I know there exists a Binary Editor , but is it relevant? How can I accomplish the writeout?

So for example, let's say I put a pointer a and I see the following:
1
3
4
5
:

I would like to write out everything (1-5....) upto a certain memory address to a file.

thanks
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As a side note - by no means of an answer - I've checked VS' Debugger Extensions as well as VS' 'Debugger' extenson object, and so far, there seems to be no way to access that. What are you trying to achieve?
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