Running and Debugging Commands
Running and Debugging Commands

Running and Debugging Commands

The following commands were written before the development of the ZBI-Developer application. With that application, and when using ZBI version 1, the following commands are essentially obsolete. However, for those who started developing ZBI applications before ZBI‑Developer, the following reference will be helpful.
RUN
Starts executing the program currently in memory at the first line of the program
CTRL-C
Sends an end-of-transmission character,
ETX
, to the console to terminate the ZBI program currently running.
RESTART
Starts executing the program currently in memory where it was last stopped
STEP
Executes one line of the program in memory where it was last stopped
DEBUG
This mode controls whether or not the TRACE and BREAK commands are processed
TRACE
Shows which lines have been executed and which variables have been changed
BREAK
Stops the currently running program
ADDBREAK
Adds a break to an existing line
DELBREAK
Deletes an existing break
ZPL
Terminates and exits the ZBI environment.
Example
This example shows many of the Running and Debug Commands in practice.