Use bc to clear breakpoints. Use the wildcard character to clear all breakpoints. For data reference breakpoints, call bc with either DRn, (where n is 0, 1, 2, or 3) to denote which breakpoint it is, or the breakpoint's name. The following two examples are equivalent, with the above breakpoints set:
debug0:11>A simple method of clearing a code breakpoint immediately after it occurs is:
debug0:13>This clears a breakpoint at the current
eip. Other breakpoints can be cleared by giving either the name of the breakpoint or its address. For example:
debug0:14>A partial breakpoint name can be entered to bc, bl, or bp (for the mod option) by preceeding it by a ``#''; SCODB will prompt for verification of the full breakpoint name before performing the requested operation. For example:
Note that the breakpoints are listed in the order they were input, which is not necessarily alphabetic.