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||s (Set Current System)

The ||s command sets or displays the current system number.

Do not confuse this command with the s (Search Memory), ~s (Change Current Processor), ~s (Set Current Thread), or |s (Set Current Process) command.

||System s 
|| s 

Parameters

System

Specifies the system to activate. For more information about the syntax, see System Syntax.

Environment

Modes

Multiple target debugging

Targets

Live, crash dump

Platforms

All

 

Remarks

The ||s command is useful only when you are debugging multiple targets. Many, but not all, multiple-target debugging sessions involve multiple systems. For more information about these kinds of sessions, see Debugging Multiple Targets.

If you use the ||s syntax, the debugger displays information about the current system.

This command also disassembles the current instruction for the current system, process, and thread.

 

 

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