The call command calls a function and print the return value.
call addr [arg... | -s string]
|addr||address of function to call|
|arg||expression evaluated and passed as integer argument|
|-s string||passed argument is a pointer to string. See below.|
The call command calls the function which address is given by the addr expression argument with the parameters given as arg and -s str. A maximum of five arguments can be used. String and integer values can be mixed in any order. String arguments containing spaces must be quoted.
When the called function returns the value returned is displayed in hex and decimal.
It can be useful to have dedicated printout functions in a debugged program that can be called with the call command to display complex data structures when debugging with PMON2000.
The command uses no environment variable.
The go (g) command.