Debug: T (Trace)
Executes one instruction and displays the contents of all registers, the
status of all flags, and the decoded form of the instruction executed.
t [=address] [number]
Specifies the address at which Debug is to start tracing instructions. If you
omit the address parameter, tracing begins at the address specified by your program's CS:IP
registers. For information about valid values for the address parameter, see the debug command.
Specifies the number of instructions to be traced. This value must be a
hexadecimal number. The default value is 1.
For information about executing a loop, a repeated string instruction, a
software interrupt, or a subroutine, see the Debug P (Proceed) command.
For information about executing the program currently in memory, see the Debug G (Go) command.
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