A PDP-10 dump is primary a plain memory dump stored in a file typed 'DMP'. To get a printout a utility like
DUMPR must be used. both offer a huge variety of options to configure what to be displayed and in which format.
Not to mention dumps being processed by
DDT to get a high level view. Also, while there are similarities across DEC machines it depends a lot on the OS as well. Simply umping some values is technology of 1960. At times of PDP-10 usage the classic world was way more advanced than that, as a peek inside the TOPS10 Crash Analysis Guide may show (*1).
Beside modern tools like Lars Brinkhoffs ITS Disassembler that is :)
A typical printout of a minimal processed dump might have looked like this example from page 8-31 of the PDP-10 Timesharing Handbook:
(Helpful to keep in mind that real printers do at least 132 characters per line :))
Please note also Davidbak's comment about half word formated dumps.
*1 - The fact that the modern PC wold has fallen way back behind what already was standard is a complete different story.