Use this forum for questions on how to use .NET Memory Profiler and how to analyse memory usage.
When I start a debug session with Memory Profiler and click on Real-time -> types, I only get the an amalgamation of the variables for each given type (e.g.: Int32), when I want to see each variable name separately. Is this possible, and if not, what would you recommend instead of Memory Profiler?
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