Not a color monitor.
Not enough memory.
This error indicates that not enough memory was available for the specified
Terminated when processing absolute file.
This error indicates that an invalid control value was encountered in loading
the ".x" file.
At start of function, no local variables yet.
This error indicates that arguments and local variables are not available to the
debugger at this time. They are available when the prolog to the function has
Local already defined.
This error indicates that a local variable has been defined twice in a macro
definition. One definition of the variable must be deleted.
This argument not defined.
This error indicates that an argument was declared that was not defined on the
command line with the Debugger Macro Add command.
This macro is in use already.
Macros cannot be called recursively.
This is not allowed outside of a macro.
Keywords are allowed in macros only.
Cannot begin execution from a macro.
Program Run, Program Step With_Macro, Program Step, and Program Step
Over are not allowed from within macros. The PC may be altered with the
Memory Register @PC= command.
Chapter 12: Debugger Error Messages