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You can disassemble a
code word with
(see section 5.22.3 Debugging). You can disassemble a section of memory with
The disassembler generally produces output that can be fed into the assembler (i.e., same syntax, etc.). It also includes additional information in comments. In particular, the address of the instruction is given in a comment before the instruction.
See may display more or less than the actual code of the word,
because the recognition of the end of the code is unreliable. You can
disasm if it did not display enough. It may display more, if
the code word is not immediately followed by a named word. If you have
something else there, you can follow the word with
align last ,
to ensure that the end is recognized.
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