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The EXAMINE command displays a core location in your area (high
or low segment). The contents of the location are typed out in
half-word octal mode. This command is useful when debugging
Where: addr is the address of the location being examined.
The address is required the first time the EXAMINE
command is used.
If you omit the address, the system will examine the
next location. If the previous command was a deposit,
the system will examine the location of the deposit.
Leaves your terminal at monitor level.
Examine location 140.
000140/ 000000 000000
Examine the next location, 141. You do not need to specify the
address for a consecutive location.
000141/ 000000 000000
Deposit 1 in location 141. You can omit the address because the
DEPOSIT command will use the location of the last EXAMINE
.D 0 1<RET>
Examine the same location, 141. You do not need to specify the
address. The EXAMINE command will use the location of the last
000141/ 000000 000001