Debug: U (Unassemble)
Disassembles bytes and displays their corresponding source statements,
including addresses and byte values. The disassembled code looks like a listing for an
Used without a parameter, the u command disassembles 20h bytes (the default number), beginning at the first
address after the address displayed by the previous u command.
Specifies the starting and ending addresses, or the starting address and
length, of the code you want to disassemble. For information about valid values for
the range parameter, see the debug command.
For information about assembling mnemonics, see the Debug A (Assemble) command.
For information about displaying the contents of a portion of memory, see the Debug D (Dump) command.
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