2.3.148. UP

Moves up stack levels.


UP [levels]



Specifies the number of levels to climb. If you do not supply a parameter, you move up one level.


The UP command moves up stack levels

Each time you move up one level you can see the source line to which you return when you complete execution of your current function or subroutine. At each level you can examine the values of variables and registers that are in scope.

If you are already at the top level a message reminds you that you cannot move up any more. When you have moved up one or more levels, you can use the DOWN command to move down. When you have moved up one or more levels, any STEPLINE or STEPINSTR command you issue is effective at the lowest level, not at the level currently in view.

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