Executing a Debugger Command Program

You can execute a debugger command program in one of the following ways:

  • Enter all of the statements in the Debugger Command window as a single string, with individual statements and commands separated by semicolons.

  • Add all of the statements in a script file on a single line, with individual statements and commands separated by semicolons. Then, run this script file by using one of the methods described in Using Script Files.

  • Add all of the statements in a script file, with each statement on a separate line. (Alternatively, separate statements by any combination of carriage returns and semicolons.) Then, run this script file by using the $>< (Run Script File) or $$>< (Run Script File) command. These commands open the specified script file, replace all carriage returns with semicolons, and execute the resulting text as a single command block.

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