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softbreak, softremove, softdisable, softenable

Set, clear, display, enable, and disable soft breakpoints.

Syntax

softbreak

softbreak = [ sts, ] location [, name ] [, proc]

 

softremove [all]

softremove = {name | location | proc} [,...]

 

softenable = {name | location | proc} [,...]

 

softdisable [all]

softdisable = {name | location | proc} [,...]

Where:

sts

{ e[nabled] | d[isabled] }

location

l[ocation] = address

name

n[ame] = breakpoint name

proc

p[rocessor] = { P0 | P1 | P2 | . . . }

Discussion

The softbreak command sets and displays soft breakpoints (soft breaks). Softbreak with no arguments displays a list of the current soft breaks.

The softremove command removes any or all of the soft breaks. Softremove with no arguments removes all soft breaks. Softremove with a location specified removes a single soft break.

The softenable command enables a softbreak at the specified location. The softdisable command disables a softbreak at the specified location.

Soft breaks can also be set, displayed, etc. from the Breakpoints and Code windows.

Examples

To display current soft breaks:

softbreak   

To set a soft break at location 12341234:

softbreak = location=12341234  

To remove all soft breaks:

softremove    

To remove soft break at 12341234:

softremove = location=12341234

To disable all soft breaks:

softdisable

To disable soft break at 12341234:

softdisable = location=12341234

To enable soft break at 12341234:

softenable = loc=12341234

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