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Show definitions and values of debug objects

Syntax

show

show name

show {data-type | debugvar | alias | proc} [name]

show {libcalls | devices}

Where:

data-type

displays the specific variable type (see Data Types).

debugvar

specifies that only debug variables are shown.

alias

specifies that only alias definitions are shown.

proc

specifies that only debug procedures are shown.

libcalls

specifies that user-defined procedures are shown

devices

specifies that target device names are shown.

name

specifies the name of an existing debug object.  

Discussion

Use the show command to display a list of debug objects created with the define command.  These include debug variables, procedures and alias definitions.

Names can use the * and ? as wildcard characters.  If name is not specified, * is assumed.

Example 1

To list all of the alias definitions currently defined:

Command input:

show alias

Result:

dog alias "0x1234"

cat alias "0x30000000"

Example 2

To display all type ord2 debug variables beginning with the letters var:

Command input:

show ord2 var*

Result:

var1 ord2 "0003H"
var2 ord2 "0005H"

Example 3

To display only the debug procedure declaration for proc1:

Command input:

show proc1

Result:

ord4 proc1(ord2 arg1, ord4 arg2)

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