Lahey/Fujitsu Fortran

Displaying Program Stack Information

traceback [n]

Displays subprogram entry points (frames) in the stack, where n is the number of stack frames to be processed from the current frame.

frame [#n]

Select stack frame number n. If n is omitted, the current stack frame is selected. Note that the "#" symbol is required.

upside [n]

Select the stack frame for the procedure n levels up the call chain (down the chain if n is less than 0). The default value of n is 1.

downside [n]

Select the stack frame for the procedure n levels down the call chain (up the chain if n is less than 0). The default value of n is 1.

show args

Display argument information for the procedure corresponding to the currently selected frame

show locals

Display local variables for the procedure corresponding to the currently selected frame

show reg [ $r ]

Displays the contents of the register r in the current frame. r cannot be a floating-point register. If $r is omitted, the contents of all registers except floating-point registers are displayed. Note that the $ symbol is required.

show freg [ $fr ]

Displays the contents of the floating-point register fr in the current frame. If $fr is omitted, the contents of all floating-point registers are displayed. Note that the $ symbol is required.

show regs

Displays the contents of all registers including floating-point registers in the current frame.

show map

Displays the address map.