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Cannot initialize file system-specific resources.
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ð]£¤NKºë¡ NK‹ ð]£¤NKºȉ°]£ NK¸u and the breakpoint number is printed.
Control is returned to the emulator by this command. The breakpoint is deleted
once it is hit. [<address>]ununtilSet a tracepoint.
If a single address is specified, set a tracepoint for that address. If two
addresses are specified, set a tracepoint for the memory locations between the
two addresses.[address [address]]trtracesyssystemStop
recording commands. See `record'.stopSingle-step through
instructions. COUNT allows stepping more than a single instruction at a
time.[<count>]zstep¶¿Control how monitor generated reads affect memory
locations that have read side-effects. If the argument is 'on' then reads may
cause side-effects. If the argument is 'off' then reads don't cause
side-effects. If the argument is 'toggle' then the current mode is switched. No
argument displays the current state.[on|off|toggle]sfxsidefx´&Display current
label mappings. If no memory space is specified, show all
labels.[<memspace>]shlshow_labelsDisplays the contents of
the screen.scscreenSave labels to a file. If no memory space is
specified, all of the labels are
saved.slsave_labelsSave the memory from address1 to
address2 to the specified file. Write two-byte load
address.ssaveContinues execution and returns to the
monitor just before the next RTS or RTI is
executed.retreturnAssign respective registers. With no
parameters, display register values.[<reg_name> =
<number> [, <reg_name> = <number>]*]rregistersAfter this
command, all commands entered are written to the specified file until the STOP
command is entered.recrecord´&Set the default radix to hex, decimal, octal, or
binary. With no argument, the current radix is printed.[H|D|O|B]radradix‰öExit
the emulator immediately.quitEvaluate the specified
expression and output the
result.<expression>pprintMonitor commands from the
specified file are read and executed. This command stops at the end of file or
when a STOP command is read."<filename>"pbplaybackAdvance to the next
instruction. Subroutines are treated as a single instruction.nnext¶Display the
contents of memory as sprite data. If only one address is specified, only one
sprite is displayed. If no addresses are given, the ``dot'' address is
used.msMove memory from the source specified by the address
range to the destination specified by the address. The regions may
overlap.tmoveDisplay the contents of memory as character
data. If only one address is specified, only one character is displayed. If no
addresses are given, the ``dot'' address is
used.[<data_type>]
[<address_opt_range>]mc[<data_type>]
[<address_opt_range>]Display the contents of memory. If no datatype is
given, the default is used. If only one address is specified, the length of data
displayed is based on the datatype. If no addresses are given, the 'dot' address
is used.mLoad a file containing a mapping of labels
to addresses. If no memory space is specified, the default readspace is
used.[<memspace>]
"<filename>"llload_labelsLoad the specified
file into memory at the specified address. Set BASIC pointers appropriately (not
all emulators). Use (otherwise ignored) two-byte load address from file if no
address specified.lloadioIgnore a checkpoint a given number of
crossings. If no count is given, the default value is 1. <checknum>
[<count>]ignorevDisplay memory contents as PETSCII
text.<address_opt_range>iHunt memory in the specified address range for
the data in <data_list>. If the data is found, the starting address of the
match is displayed. The entire range is searched for all possible
matches.hhunt?helpt&¼'Change the PC to ADDRESS and continue
execution<address>ggotoFill memory in the
specified address range with the data in <data_list>. If the size of the
address range is greater than the size of the data_list, the data_list is
repeated.<address_range> <data_list>ffill¶¿Leave the monitor and
return to execution.xexitEnable checkpoint
`checknum'.enabledumpdownDisable checkpoint
`checknum'.disableSet the default memory device to
either the computer `c:' or the specified disk drive (`8:',
`9:').[c:|8:|9:]devdevicedldelete_labelDelete checkpoint
`checknum'.<checknum>deldelete‰öDisassemble instructions. If two addresses
are specified, they are used