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set

set var [= expr]

Define value expr for variable var. See also unset. Built-in variables include:

$frame

If set to an address, use the stack frame it points to. (Useful for kernel debugging.)

$hexitem

When set, print hexadecimal values for specified item. item can be chars, ints, offsets, or strings.

$listwindow

Default number of lines to show using list command (default is 10).

$mapaddrs

When set, start mapping addresses; when unset, stop. (Useful for kernel debugging.)

$unsafecall

When set, turn off type checking of parameters in call statements. Use with care.

$unsafeassign

When set, turn off type checking in assign statements. Use with care.


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