• Subject: RE: Debug
  • From: "Sattler, Phil" <PSattler@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 11 Nov 1999 08:25:24 -0500

Use  STRDBG on the bound program. When the program is displayed, take F14
(work with module list). Put a 5 (display) on the module you want to debug.
The module will display. Use F6 to set the breakpoints, and F12 to exit.
        
Phil Sattler

        Jim Waymire" <jimwaymire@pacificnet.net> on 11/10/99 02:26:36 PM
        Trying to do and ILE program with date calculations.  How do i run
interactive
        debug on an ile pgm?


        You actually use the old STRDBG command and it will be an
interactive mode after
        you call the program.

           On this thread how does one see the modules of a bound program?
I thought I
        was compiling right but I never get to the module code.






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