3.3.13 isSimStopped()

int isSimStopped(string stopCondition)
Return True if the simulator is currently in stopped state or False if the simulator is running.
stopCondition is an optional parameter to enable more detailed checking:
  • To check for a exact stop condition such as a breakpoint at a specific address, the string must be constructed exactly like the string returned by getStopCondition().
  • To check for a general stop condition, the string can be one of TERMINATE, HALT, BREAKPOINT, BP, EXCEPTION, ERROR, INVALID OPCODE or NORMAL USER STOP. (BP is a short for BREAKPOINT and both strings can be used interchangeably.)
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