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Oracle® Developer Studio 12.5: Debugging a Program with dbx

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Updated: June 2016

unsuppress Command

The unsuppress command undoes suppress commands. It is valid only in native mode.



History of suppress and unsuppress commands (not those specifying the -d and -reset options).

unsuppress -d

List of errors being unsuppressed in functions that are not compiled for debugging. This list is per load object. Any other errors can be suppressed only by using the suppress command with the -d option.

unsuppress -d errors

Modify the default suppressions for all load objects by further unsuppressing errors.

unsuppress -d errors in load-objects

Modify the default suppressions in the load-objects by further unsuppressing errors.

unsuppress -last

At error location unsuppress present error.

unsuppress -reset

Set the default suppression mask to the original value (startup time).

unsuppress errors

Unsuppress errors everywhere.

unsuppress errors in [functions] [filename ...] [load-objects]

Suppress errors in a list of functions, a list of files, and a list of load objects.

unsuppress errors at line

Unsuppress errors at line.

unsuppress errors at "filenames" line

Unsuppress errors at line in filenames.

unsuppress errors addr address

Unsuppress errors at location address.


errors is one or more error names.

functions is one or more function names.

filenames is one or more file names.

line is a line number.

load-objects is one or more load object names