The c command resumes program execution after a breakpoint
|addr||insert a temporary breakpoint at address|
Invoking the c command without options resumes execution at the location given by CPC register.
The c command resumes program execution at the location given by the CPC register. This command is normally used to resume execution after a breakpont is reached and execution has been stopped.
A temporary breakpoint may be specified by using the addr argument. The temporary breakpoint remains in effect only until the next time the program execution is halted by any breakpoint.
Examples illustrating the use of the c command follow:
PMON> c Resume executing at the current value of the CPC register. PMON> c a0020008 Set a temporary break at 0xa0020008 and resume execution at the current value of the CPC register.
The command uses no environment variable.