Program addresses may be specified by paragraph name. They can also be specified by a hexadecimal address, specified by a . (period) as the first character. This allows the debugger to distinguish between the hex address ABC and the paragraph name ABC. You can omit the period when there is no ambiguity. Optionally, . (period) can be followed by the six-character program name. The numeric form is the only way to specify an address that is not at a paragraph, and the only way to specify an address in a program other than the one that is currently running. The listing produced by the compiler has the address of the start of each sentence along the left-hand side. Usually it is more convenient to use the F3 and F4 commands of the source debugger.
|0, PROG2||Start of program PROG2|