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List Disassembly Command

Begins the debug process and allows you to specify how errors are handled.

Debug.ListDisassembly [/count:number] [/endaddress:expression] [/codebytes:yes|no] [/source:yes|no] [/symbols:yes|no]

Switches

/count:number or /c:number or /length:number or /l:number
Optional. Number of instructions to display. Default value is 8.
/endaddress:expression or /e:expression
Optional. Address at which to stop disassembly.
/codebytes:yes|no or /b:yes|no or /bytes:yes|no
Optional. Indicates whether to display code bytes. Default value is no.
/source:yes|no or /s:yes|no
Optional. Indicates whether to display source code. Default value is no.
/symbols:yes|no or /n:yes|no or /names:yes|no
Optional. Indicates whether to display symbols names. Default value is yes.

Example

>Debug.ListDisassembly

See Also

Visual Studio Commands with Arguments | Command Window | Find/Command Box | List Call Stack Command | List Programs Command | List Threads Command | Pre-defined Visual Studio Command Aliases

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