Journal_Window. If you specify Journal_Window, the output port writes
output data to the Journal window. The debugger displays the current output
value and port address in hexadecimal.
Stdio. If you specify Stdio, data is written to the standard I/O screen. The
debugger automatically displays the standard I/O screen and positions the
cursor at the last point where data was written. When simulation stops and
control is returned to command mode, the debugger displays the previously
displayed screen again.
File. If you specify File < file_name> , output port data is written to the
specified file (< file_name> ). The Memory Outport Rewind command may be
used to rewind the file.
Outport. If you specify Outport Set < value> , output port data is written to
the output port buffer. Previous values written to the buffer are lost. This
buffer is only one level deep. The last value written to a port can be viewed by
issuing the Memory Display Outport command. The output port buffer may
be initialized by using the optional value parameter. If no value is specified, a
zero is placed in the buffer.
Inport. If you specify Inport Set < value> , output port data is written to the
input port buffer at the same port address. This buffer is only one level deep.
Previous values written to the buffer are lost. The last value written to a port
may be viewed by issuing the Memory Display Outport command. If no input
port exists at this address, one will be created.
To abort output to the console or standard I/O screen, press CTRL C. This
returns the debugger to command mode.
Memory Outport Delete
Memory Outport Rewind
Memory Outport Show
File < file_name>
Chapter 9: Debugger Commands
Memory Outport Assign
Standard I/O device
Output port buffer
Input port buffer