Commit 9080a52d authored by John P. Willis's avatar John P. Willis
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###loadpage, lp
loadpage - Load a memory segment from host file
Syntax: [loadpage|lp] <host-file> <segment-number>
Syntax: [loadpage|lp] \<host-file\> \<segment-number\>
Details:
......@@ -123,7 +123,7 @@ the xiasm assembler, or generated from other ILXI compilers.
###savepage, sp
savepage - Save a memory segment to host file
Syntax: [savepage|sp] <host-file> <segment-index>
Syntax: [savepage|sp] \<host-file\> \<segment-index\>
Details:
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###writesect, ws
writesect - Write to one sector of an attached disk
Syntax: [writesect|ws] <segment-number> <offset> <channel> <track> <sector>
Syntax: [writesect|ws] \<segment-number\> \<offset\> \<channel\> \<track\> \<sector\>
Details:
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###assemble
assemble - interactively assemble instructions directly into memory
Syntax: assemble <origin>
Syntax: assemble \<origin\>
Details:
assemble allows you to interactively assemble instructions into ILXI memory.
The starting address is EP:<origin>, where EP is the CPU's EP register.
The starting address is EP:\<origin\>, where EP is the CPU's EP register.
###disassemble, di
disassemble - disassemble instructions in memory
Syntax: [disassemble|di] <starting-offset> <instruction-count>
Syntax: [disassemble|di] \<starting-offset\> \<instruction-count\>
Details:
disassemble will convert <instruction-count> instructions of machine code
starting at CP:<starting-offset>
disassemble will convert \<instruction-count\> instructions of machine code
starting at CP:\<starting-offset\>
###step
step - single-step through program instructions
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###getr
getr - get the value of a CPU register
Syntax: getr <register-name>
Syntax: getr \<register-name\>
Details:
getr will return the value contained in the CPU register denoted by <register-name>
getr will return the value contained in the CPU register denoted by \<register-name\>
###setr
setr - set the value of a CPU register
Syntax: setr <register-name> <value>
Syntax: setr \<register-name\> \<value\>
Details:
setr will set the CPU register denoted by <register-name> to <value>
setr will set the CPU register denoted by \<register-name\> to \<value\>
###pushb
pushb - push a BYTE value onto the stack
Syntax: pushb <byte-value>
Syntax: pushb \<byte-value\>
Details:
pushb will push <byte-value> onto the stack, and update CPU registers
pushb will push \<byte-value\> onto the stack, and update CPU registers
accordingly.
###pushw
pushw - push a WORD value onto the stack
Syntax: pushw <word-value>
Syntax: pushw \<word-value\>
Details:
pushw will push <word-value> onto the stack, and update CPU registers
pushw will push \<word-value\> onto the stack, and update CPU registers
accordingly.
###getm
getm - dump memory contents to screen
Syntax: getm <start-offset> <end-offset>
Syntax: getm \<start-offset\> \<end-offset\>
Details:
getm will display the contents of memory from DP:<start-offset> to
DP:<end-offset> on the screen.
getm will display the contents of memory from DP:\<start-offset\> to
DP:\<end-offset\> on the screen.
###setm
setm - set the value of bytes or words in memory
Syntax: setm <offset> <value>
Syntax: setm \<offset\> \<value\>
Details:
setm will write <value> to memory address DP:<offset>.
The <value> can be either a BYTE or a WORD.
setm will write \<value\> to memory address DP:\<offset\>.
The \<value\> can be either a BYTE or a WORD.
###dumpcpu, d
dumpcpu - displays the state of CPU registers
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###trace
trace - toggle program trace
Syntax: trace <value>
Syntax: trace \<value\>
Details:
trace will turn program trace on and off. <value> can be
trace will turn program trace on and off. \<value\> can be
either 1 or 0, where 1 turns tracing on and 0 turns tracing off.
In program trace mode, the CPU will halt after each instruction,
......@@ -286,11 +286,11 @@ on a program after a program-generated HALT is encountered.
###help
help - display online help
Syntax: help <topic>
Syntax: help \<topic\>
Details:
Displays online help topic <topic> on the screen.
Displays online help topic \<topic\> on the screen.
###?
? - display list of help topics
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