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list, nolist

Record command line activity to a file.

Syntax

list [[append | overwrite] filename]

nolist

Where:

append

appends results to the end of an existing file.

overwrite

overwrites an existing file.

filename

specifies a filename.  See Filenames for details.

Discussion

Use the list command to log command line activity to a file.  This includes commands and any resulting output. Data can be appended to an existing file, an existing file can be overwritten, or a new list file can be created.  If the list command is entered without options, the current list file is used.

The nolist command is used to stop logging and close the log file.  

Log and nolog are synonyms for list and nolist.

Example 1

To log the results of a memory operation to a file:

Command input:

list c:\temp\mem.log

ord4 0 length 1000

nolist

Example 2

To append the results of a memory operation to an existing file:

Command input:

list append "c:\temp\data results.log"

ord2 1000h length 20h

nolist

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