List Disassembly Command

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Begins the debug process and allows you to specify how errors are handled.

Syntax

Debug.ListDisassembly [/count:number] [/endaddress:expression]
[/codebytes:yes|no] [/source:yes|no] [/symbolnames:yes|no]
[/linenumbers:yes|no]

Switches

Each switch can be invoked using either its complete form or a short form.

/count: number [or] /c: number [or] /length: number [or] /l: number Optional. Number of instructions to display. Default value is 8.

/endaddress: expression [or] /e: expression Optional. Address at which to stop disassembly.

/codebytes:yes|no [or] /bytes:yes|no [or] /b:yes|no Optional. Indicates whether to display code bytes. Default value is no.

/source:yes|no [or] /s:yes|no Optional. Indicates whether to display source code. Default value is no.

/symbolnames:yes|no [or] /names:yes|no [or] /n:yes|no Optional. Indicates whether to display symbols names. Default value is yes.

[/linenumbers:yes|no] Optional. Enables the viewing of line numbers associated with the source code. The /source switch must have a value of yes to use the /linenumbers switch.

Example

>Debug.ListDisassembly

See Also

List Call Stack Command List Threads Command Visual Studio Commands Command Window Find/Command Box Visual Studio Command Aliases