The $ command displays the current program name and current line number, and verifies the object code. The object code is verified by performing a checksum verification. This is used to determine if the object code has been corrupted since the last time it was compiled. The $ and ? commands are identical.
The CTRL+J command has the same effect as the BASIC/FlashBASIC debugger g command, except that CTRL+J only requires one character. If the BASIC/FlashBASIC debugger c option is enabled, CTRL+J also displays the BASIC instruction after it is executed.
The de command invokes the system debugger from the BASIC/FlashBASIC debugger. Issuing a g command from the system debugger returns control to the BASIC/FlashBASIC debugger. The de command is identical to the debug command at TCL.
The k (kill) command kills a breakpoint previously set with the b command, and removes the entry from the breakpoint table. The k command, followed by pressing ENTER, removes all breakpoint entries from the table.
The l command lists the current source line, or a specified range of lines, from the corresponding source program being executed. The l* form displays the entire program. The l command, followed by pressing ENTER, displays the current program source line.
The lp command toggles the line printer bit status, either directing debugger output to the terminal screen or to the Spooler. This is the equivalent to issuing a printer on statement within the program.