Features include sorting them, displaying the gap between two addresses, and if there are two or more entries conflicting (“overlap detected!”).
I made this because mere text form (and manuelly comparing them to check overlaps) noting the used RAM address can be difficult to find what RAM address is used or not, CTRL+F may not find used RAM address in most cases, and that listing every byte to alleviate that is clunky (see the HowToUse.txt to know what I mean). So by having a script reading all of this and automating the tasks makes this a lot easier.
This is certainly useful for collaboration hacks to visualize the RAMs being used in a compact user-friendly way.
Tested in Firefox, Chrome, Edge. It doesn't work in IE because of BigInt usage but don't consider that a problem. I updated the tool so you can enter TABs just by typing them into the box, otherwise accepted as-is