These routines assist in debugging your programs (or in debugging the LUX program itself). Some of these routines are very preliminary and may not be supported in future versions of LUX.
Provides an extensive breakdown of the structure and contenst of a variable.
Sets, resets, or lists breakpoints.
For debugging of LUX.
Opens a file to receive diagnostic output.
Selects echoing of code to be compiled.
Generates an error message.
On-line help on aspects of the LUX language.
Reports on recent memory allocation.
No operation (debugging entry point).
Raw memory inspection.
For recording user input and LUX output.
Lists temporary variables - for debugging LUX.
For executing LUX code step by step.
For displaying information about executed code and its results.
To watch the contents of variables while
For seeking memory addresses in variables - for debugging LUX.