The uf command displays an assembly translation of the specified function in memory.
uf [Options] Address
One or more of the following options:
Displays only the call instructions in a routine instead of the full disassembly. Call instructions can be useful for determination of caller and callee relationships from disassembled code.
Creates linked callee names for navigation of the call graph.
Relaxes the blocking requirements to permit multiple exits.
Sorts the display by address instead of by function offset. This option presents a memory-layout view of a full function.
Creates linked call lines for accessing call information and creating breakpoints.
Displays the number of instructions in a routine.
Specifies the address of the function to disassemble. For more information about the syntax, see Address and Address Range Syntax.
User mode, kernel mode
Live, crash dump
For more information about assembly debugging and related commands, see Debugging in Assembly Mode.
The display shows the whole function, according to the function order.