. Command Reference

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dump Display contents of flash. The count parameter specifies how many lines are displayed.
disassemble Disassemble the contents of flash. The count parameter specifies the number of instructions to disassemble.
refresh Refresh the user interface.
set-port-address Use this function to set the communication port address.
set-operating-frequency Specifies the target operating frequency (in Hz). This value is used to calculate the flash programming times and the ISP programming delays.
set-flash-program-option Use this command to set the default OPTION register value when programming a device.
set-flash-size Use this command to specify the size of the flash on the target microcontroller.
set-flash-page-size Use this command to specify the size of a flash page on the target microcontroller.
set-ram-pages Use this command to specify the number of RAM pages on the target microcontroller.
set-pin-state-delay Use this command to specify the delay time between parallel port pin state changes. The time is specified in nanoseconds.
set-parallel-port-address Use this command to specify the parallel port address.
write-option-register Use this to set the OPTION register.
read-option-register Returns the OPTION register value.
read-flash Reads the data from a given flash address.
write-flash Writes data to flash.
read-ram Reads the data from a given RAM address.
write-ram Writes the data to a given address in RAM.
erase-flash Erases all of the COP8 Flash flash.
erase-flash-page Erases the flash page of a given address.
verify-program Use this command to verify that an object file was programmed properly.
flash-program Programs the target with the specified object file. This command does not load the NiceMon debug stub.
load-object-file Loads an object file to be debugged.
write-program-counter Set the value for the program counter.
read-program-counter Returns the current address in the program counter
write-register-a Assigns a value to the A accumulator.
read-register-a Returns the value in the accumulator.
reset Issues a soft reset.
reset-to-user-application Resets and gives control to the user application.
reset-to-monitor Resets and gives control to the debug monitor.
stop Stops a running program.
run Continues execution at the current program counter.
step Runs and stops after one assembly instruction is executed.
mstep Multiple step.
get-break-point Returns the break point address.
set-break-point Makes execution stop when it reaches the address specified.
clear-break-point Removes a previously set break point.
add-watch Adds a variable watch to the watch list.
clear-watches Clears the watch area of all variable watches.