Then, when you execute the program, specify -d to turn on the debugger. For example:
runcbl -dle errfile myprog
|-d||turns on the debugger|
|-l||causes the contents of the runtime configuration file to be included in the error output|
|-e||causes the error output to be placed in the file named immediately after the option|
|errfile||is the user-specified name of the error file (Be sure to give a file name if you use the -e option.)|
|myprog||is the name of your object file|
Use s to step through the program one step at a time, or use the other options described in Debugger Commands.