The WITH DEBUGGING MODE Clause

The WITH DEBUGGING MODE clause is not an obsolete feature in ANSI'85 as it can also be used in the Nucleus.

General Format


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General Rules

Note: The WITH DEBUGGING MODE clause is part of the ANSI Nucleus as well as the ANSI Debug module. It is not obsolete and is not scheduled to be deleted from the next full revision of the ANSI Standard.
  1. If the WITH DEBUGGING MODE clause is specified in the SOURCE-COMPUTER paragraph of the Configuration Section of a program, all USE FOR DEBUGGING statements and all debugging lines are included in the object code.
  2. If the WITH DEBUGGING MODE clause is not specified in the SOURCE-COMPUTER paragraph of the Configuration Section of a program, any USE FOR DEBUGGING statements and all associated debugging sections, and any debugging lines are treated as if they were comment statements.