2.3.51. DTBREAK

Displays information on all breakpoints and tracepoints set.

Syntax

DTBREAK [=thread,...] [{;windowid | ;fileid}]

where:

thread

Not supported in this release.

windowid | fileid

Identifies the window or file where the command is to send the output.

If you do not supply a windowid or fileid parameter, the output is displayed on the screen. If you are using the GUI, then the output is displayed in the Output view.

Description

The DTBREAK command displays information about the currently defined breakpoints and tracepoints.

The output includes the following fields:

S

Indicates the enabled and disabled state of the breakpoint or tracepoint:

  • a blank entry indicates enabled

  • D indicated disabled.

Type

The type of breakpoint or tracepoint.

Address

The address associated with the breakpoint or tracepoint.

For a data only breakpoint, this field displays the text Data-Value.

Count

The number of times a breakpoint has been activated.

If a pass count is assigned, then this field does not begin incrementing until the pass count has reached zero.

Miscellaneous

Shows the current value of any software pass count condition that is assigned to the breakpoint.

Example

The following is an example of the output from DTBREAK:

> dtbreak
S Type          Address         Count   Miscellaneous
- ----          -------         -----   -------------
  Instr         0x24000408      0       Pass=10
  Read          0x24000434      0
  Trace InstrExec     0x000085A8      0

Alias

DBREAK is an alias of DTBREAK.

See also

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