|b [ line_number]||Toggle a break point on the current or specified line of the current or specified source.
The line is highlighted, when break point is set.
|B||Display all set break points in the current or specified source.|
|c [number]||Continue (execute the source) up to the next break point. If you specify a number,
the debugger skips that number of break points. The executed source lines are not displayed.
|d||Delete the break point on the specified line number in the source. If you do not specify a line
number, the debugger provides the opportunity to interactively delete any break point in the
current source file.
|D||Delete all set break points in the specified or current source.|
|delete all||Delete all traces and stop instructions.|
|delete number||Delete a specified trace or stop instruction.|
|<expression>||Execute the specified expression.|
|g line_number||Continue program execution at the specified line number (goto).|
|help (or ?)||Start the Help Viewer for debugger options.|
|l||Display the full list of program variables.|
|L||Display the list of program variables that have a value, and display their current values.
To stop displaying the contents of an array, enter ‘n’ at the question ‘More ?’.
|q||Exit the debugger (quit).|
|return||Continue execution until the end of the current function.|
|s [number]||Execute the program step by step, the specified number of instructions at a time
(default is 1). During execution, the intermediate source lines are not displayed.
|S [number]||Similar to ‘s’, except that a function call is executed as a single statement.|
|stop if <expression>||Stop execution when expression is True.|
|stop in <function>||Stop execution when function is entered.|
|t variable||Trace the specified variable during program execution. The execution of the program
stops every time the value of the variable is changed. You cannot trace array variables or
|T variable [value]||Same as ‘t’, except that program execution is not stopped when the variable changes.
If you specify a value, execution stops when the variable gets that value.
|u [variable]||Stop tracing the specified variable. If no variable is specified, you can stop tracing each
|U||Stop tracing all variables currently being traced.|
|/pattern||Seek a matching text pattern in the current source and display that line.|
|<Arrow up>/ <Arrow down>||In history mode, these display previously executed commands on the command line.
In normal mode, these move the cursor through the source.