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27.8. Information on Breakpoints

The output from the info breakpoints command is annotated as follows:

^Z^Zbreakpoints-headers
header-entry
^Z^Zbreakpoints-table

where header-entry has the same syntax as an entry (see below) but instead of containing data, it contains strings which are intended to convey the meaning of each field to the user. This is followed by any number of entries. If a field does not apply for this entry, it is omitted. Fields may contain trailing whitespace. Each entry consists of:

^Z^Zrecord
^Z^Zfield 0
number
^Z^Zfield 1
type
^Z^Zfield 2
disposition
^Z^Zfield 3
enable
^Z^Zfield 4
address
^Z^Zfield 5
what
^Z^Zfield 6
frame
^Z^Zfield 7
condition
^Z^Zfield 8
ignore-count
^Z^Zfield 9
commands

Note that address is intended for user consumption--the syntax varies depending on the language.

The output ends with

^Z^Zbreakpoints-table-end

 
 
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