The File Command command reads the file specified by < file_name> and
executes the commands contained in the file as though they were entered from
the keyboard. Commands in the file are executed until the end of the file is
reached. Input then continues from the previous source. The previous source
can be the keyboard or another command file.
This command is commonly used to read macro definitions from a file, to set
up I/O ports, or to change window displays.
File Command commands may be nested up to 16 levels deep.
If the filename consists of alphanumeric characters, a period, or a backslash,
double quotation marks are optional. Otherwise, quotation marks must
enclose the file name. If a filename extension is not specified, the debugger
automatically appends a default extension, .com.
Command files can be executed at debugger startup using the -c option, from
the command line during a debugging session, or from a startup file.
See the File Startup command description for information about how to
automatically execute a command file when the debugger is started.
The "Using Macros and Command Files" chapter.
To execute command file 'varTrace.com':
File Command varTrace
Chapter 9: Debugger Commands