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#define

Create a debug alias.

Syntax

#define alias-name commands

Where:

alias-name

is an identifier that serves as an alias for the given command string.

commands

is a command or commands that are referenced by the alias name.

Discussion

Use the #define command to define a debug alias. A debug alias is a new string or alias for a command line string that can be one or more commands.  SourcePoint reserved words cannot be used as aliases.

The debug alias can be defined inside or outside a control construct, a compound statement, or a debug procedure and is always global.

The  show command displays a list of currently defined aliases.  The remove and #undef commands can be used to remove alias definitions.

Example

To define an alias for an often-used load command:

Command input:

#define ld load c:\src\targdev

show alias

Result:

ld     alias     "load c:\src\targdev"

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