Manipulates values created by the dprint -nowait command
TV::expraction[susp-eval-id][ other-args]
The action to perform, as follows:
Displays the subcommands that you can use. The CLI responds by displaying the subcommands shown here. Do not use additional arguments with this subcommand.
Deletes all data associated with a suspended ID. If you use this command, you can specify an other-args argument. If you use the -done option, the CLI deletes the data for all completed expressions; that is, those expressions for which TV::expr get susp-eval-iddone returns 1. If you specify-all, the CLI deletes all data for all expressions.
Gets the values of one or more expr properties. The other-argsargument can include one or more values. The CLI returns these values in a list whose order is the same as the property names.
If you use the -all option instead of susp-eval-id, the CLI returns a list containing one (sublist) element for each object.
Displays the properties that the CLI can access. Do not use additional arguments with this option.
The ID returned or thrown by the dprint command, or printed by the dwhere command.
Arguments required by the delete subcommand.
The TV::expr command, in addition to showing you command information, returns and deletes values returned by adprint -nowaitcommand. You can use the following properties for this command:
TV::expr returns 1 if the process associated with susp-eval-idhas finished in all focus threads. Otherwise, it returns 0.
The expression to execute.
A list of dpid.dtid values in which the expression is being -executed.
The susp-eval-idof the object.
A list of dpid IDs for the target processes that received control because they executed the function calls or compiled code. You can wait for processes to complete by entering the following:
dfocus p dfocus [TV::expr get \
    susp-eval-id \
    initially_suspended_processes] dwait
A list of pairs for each thread in the current focus. Each pair contains the thread as the first element and that thread’s result string as the second element; for example:
d1.<> dfocus {1.1 2.1} TV::expr \
    get susp-eval-id result
{{1.1 2} {2.1 3}} d1.<>
The result of expression susp-eval-idin thread 1.1 is 2, and in thread 2.1 is 3.
A list of pairs for each thread in the current focus. Each pair contains the thread ID as the first element and that thread’s status string as the second element. The possible status strings are done, suspended, and {errordiag}.
For example, if expression susp-eval-idfinished in thread 1.1, suspended on a breakpoint in thread 2.1, and received a syntax error in thread 3.1, that expression’s status property has the following value when TV::expris focused on threads 1.1, 2.1, and 3.1:
d1.<> dfocus {t1.1 t2.1 t3.1} \
    TV::expr get 1 status
{1.1 done} {2.1 suspended} {3.1 {error {Symbol nothing2 not found}}}
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