Source file display and manipulation
The sdb program is designed to make
it easy to debug a program without
constant reference to a current source listing.
Facilities are provided that perform context searches
within the source files of the program being debugged
and display selected portions of the source files.
The commands are similar to those of the UNIX system text editor,
Like the editor,
sdb has a notion of current
file and line within the current file.
The sdb program also knows how the
lines of a file are partitioned into functions,
so it also has a notion of current function.
Displaying the source file
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