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3.9.4 Break points

A break point can be put into a proc by inserting the command ~. If Singular reaches a break point it asks for lines of commands (line-length must be less than 80 characters) from the user. It returns to normal execution if given an empty line. See ~.


proc t
  int i=2;
==> -- break point in t --
==> -- 0: called    from STDIN --
i;               // here local variables of the procedure can be accessed
==> 2
==> -- break point in t --

==> 3