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yes.  You can use the BRK instruction in your MI code to associate the break
  BRK  '11500'  /* stmt 115.00  */
with its instruction number.

and you can add a breakpoint at an mi instruction:
  addbkp   '/000e'

variables can be displayed using DSPPGMVAR by refering to their ODT number
  dsppgmvar  '/005d'


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Subject: [MI400] Debugging MI code

Another newbie question:

Can you put MI programs into debug like regular RPG programs?  i.e. STRDBG
and step through the source?  If not how do I go about debugging variables
while an MI program is executing?


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