Sets variable to value.set *addr = value
Sets *addr to value.set reg = value
Sets reg to value. reg must be a register or a floating-point register.print [ [:F] variable [=value] ]
Displays the content of the program variable variable by using the edit format F. If edit format F is omitted, it is implied based on the type of variable. variable can be a scalar, array, array element, array section, derived type, or derived type element. F can have any of the following values:
If value is specified, the variable will be set to value.
If no arguments are specified, the last print command having arguments is repeated.
memprint [:FuN ] addr
dump [:FuN ] addr
Displays the content of the memory address addr by using edit format F. u indicates the display unit, and N indicates the number of units. F can have the same values as were defined for the Print command variable F.
If omitted, F defaults to x (hexadecimal).
u can have any of the following values:
If u is omitted, it defaults to w (word). If N is omitted, it defaults to 1. Therefore, the two following commands have the same result:
memprint :xw1 addr