Caché MultiValue Basic Reference
Interrupts program execution to enter debug mode.
statement interrupts program execution by issuing a break to another stack level and issues a prompt. From this point you can issue debug commands, including returning to the execution of the interrupted program.
By default, a command issued at the debug prompt is a Caché ObjectScript command. To issue a Caché MVBasic statement at the debug prompt, you must prefix a semicolon to the command. This is shown in the following terminal example:
Source Id: File: Line:0
USER 7d1>WRITE "my variable=",myvar
USER 7d1>;CRT "my variable",myvar
my variable ABC
At the debug prompt, you can use the ;/ statement to display the contents of a variable. The variable may be subscripted. The syntax is as follows:
The ;/ statement returns varname
. It can be used to display the value of a local variable, an array dimensioned with DIM
, a variable defined using EQUATE
, or a variable defined in a COMMON
The ;/ statement can return COMMON
variables that are defined in different accounts (namespaces).