DBQUIT

Purpose:

Quits the debugger.

Syntax:

DBQUIT

Returns:

Nothing.

Example:

dbstop myfunc

dbcont

 

myfunc(10)

dbstep

locals

dbquit

 

sets a breakpoint in the SPL routine named myfunc and starts debugging. The myfunc routine is then called and the debugger stops at the first executable line in myfunc.

 

DBSTEP steps to the next line and LOCALS displays the local variables of myfunc. Finally, DBQUIT exits the debugger.

Remarks:

Use DBCONT to start the debugging process. Use DBSTEP or DBCONT to resume execution after a breakpoint has been reached. Use DBSTATUS for information on the current breakpoint. Use DBQUIT to exit debugging.

 

Any DADiSP command or function can be executed once a breakpoint has been reached.

See Also:

DBCLEAR

DBCONT

DBDOWN

DBSTACK

DBSTATUS

DBSTEP

DBSTEPI

DBSTEPO

DBSTOP

DBUP

LOCALS

VARS