1.3.120 reverse-step

Steps back through an application a specified number of source lines at a time, stepping into all function calls.

Note:

You must compile your code with debug information to use this command successfully.

Syntax

reverse-step [count]

Where:

count
Specifies the number of source lines to rewind. The default is one line.

Note:

Execution stops immediately if a breakpoint is reached, even if fewer than count source lines are executed.

Note:

Reverse stepping is unaware of inline functions and might not operate correctly in highly optimized code. Use unoptimized code for the best debug experience.

Example 1-123 Examples

reverse-step                       # Reverse step one source line
reverse-step 5                     # Reverse step five source lines
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