~m (Resume Thread)
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~m (Resume Thread)

The ~m command resumes execution of the specified thread.

Do not confuse this command with the m (Move Memory) command.

~Thread m 

Parameters

Thread

Specifies the thread or threads to resume. For more information about the syntax, see Thread Syntax.

Environment

Modes

User mode only

Targets

Live debugging only

Platforms

All

 

Additional Information

For more information about the suspend count and how suspended threads behave and for a list of other commands that control the suspending and freezing of threads, see Controlling Processes and Threads.

Remarks

You can specify threads only in user mode. In kernel mode, the tilde (~) refers to a processor.

Every time that you use the ~m command, the thread's suspend count is decreased by one.

 

 

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