DBSTEP

 

 Execute one or more MATLAB lines of code when in MATLAB debug mode.

  The DBSTEP command allows the user to execute one or more lines of

  executable MATLAB code and upon their completion revert back to the

  debug mode.  There are three forms to this command.  They are:

 

 

  DBSTEP

  DBSTEP nlines

  DBSTEP IN

 

 

  where nlines is the number of executable lines to step.

  The first form causes the execution of the next executable line.

  The second form causes the execution of the next nlines executable

  lines.  When the next executable line is a call to another M-file

  function, the third form allows the user to step to the first 

         executable line in the called M-file function.

 

 

  See also DBCONTJXDH2X, DBSTOP3NWJB0B, DBCLEAR122FXWG, DBTYPE117F92X, DBSTACKWQV1UJ, DBUP16L6OU2, DBDOWNKXMB2X,

  and DBSTATUS1P8LYRT.