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remove

Remove debug objects.

Syntax

remove name

remove {data-type | debug | alias | proc | libcalls} [name]

Where:

data-type

specifies the variable type to remove (see Data Types).

debug

specifies that all aliases, debug variables and debug procedures are removed.

alias

specifies that aliases are to be removed.

proc

specifies that debug procedures are to be removed.

libcalls

specifies that user-defined procedures are to be removed (see libcall).

name

specifies the name of the object to remove.  * and ? can be used as wildcard characters.

Discussion

Use the remove command to remove debug objects created with the define command. These include debug variables, procedures and alias definitions.  

If name is not specified, * is assumed.

Example 1

To remove all debug variables starting with the letters var:

Command input:

remove var*

Example 2

To remove only the debug procedure showregs:

Command input:

remove showregs

Example 3

To remove all debug objects (except user-defined procedures used with libcall):

Command input:

remove debug

Example 4

To remove all procedure definitions:

Command input:

remove proc

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