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.push (Save Debugger State)

The .push command saves the current state of the debugger.


    .push
.push /r
.push /r /q
 

Parameters

/r

Specifies that the current values in the pseudo-registers $t0 to $t19 should be saved. If the /r parameter is not used, these values are not saved by the .push command.

/q

Specifies that the command executes quietly. That is, the command executes without displaying any output.

Environment

Modes

User mode, kernel mode

Targets

Live, crash dump

Platforms

All

 

Remarks

This command is most useful when used with scripts and debugger command programs so that they can work with one fixed state. To restore the debugger to a state that was previously saved using this command, use the .pop (Restore Debugger State) command. If the command is successful, no output is displayed.

 

 

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