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IBM System/360 Operating System: Programmers Guide to Debugging

IBM 5ystem/36D Operating System: Programmer's Guide to Debugging OS Helease 21.7

This publication describes, in assembler language terms, the major debugging facilities provided with the System/360 Operating System. It is written for the programmer who debugs system and application programs-

The text explains those aspects of system control pertinent to debugging, tells what information each debugging facility offers, and outlines procedures for obtaining and interpreting dumps.

The various types of storage dumps available under the MFT and MVT control programs and event <• tracing facilities are described-

Debugging facilities inherent in higher languages and additional aids are discussed in other SRL publications.





Reference Number : GC28-6670-7

Date Published : August 1974

Manufacturer : IBM

Platform : IBM 360

Format : PDF

 

 

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH10888. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

IBM System/360 Operating System: Programmers Guide to Debugging

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