Microsoft KB Archive/106561
PSS ID Number: 106561
Article Last Modified on 3/24/2000
The information in this article applies to:
- Microsoft FORTRAN PowerStation for MS-DOS 1.0
This article was previously published under Q106561
When using the debugger, attempting to use the Step Into (F8) or Step Over (F10) function causes execution to the next breakpoint (or to the end of the program if no breakpoints are encountered).
The debugger treats the Step commands similar to the Go (F5) command when stepping into or over an assembler floating-point instruction. This error occurs only when using floating-point emulation and does not occur when using a math coprocessor.
Microsoft has confirmed this to be a problem in FORTRAN PowerStation version 1.0 for MS-DOS. This problem has been resolved with FORTRAN PowerStation maintenance release version 1.0a for MS-DOS.
FORTRAN PowerStation version 1.0 can be differentiated from the maintenance release version 1.0a by invoking the linker. Typing link32 | more from \F32\BIN directory will show version 2.8 for FORTRAN PowerStation version 1.0, and it will show version 1.0f for the maintenance release version 1.0a.
To demonstrate the problem:
- Disable the PowerStation's use of the coprocessor (if present). This is done by typing the following command before starting Windows:
- Start Windows and the FORTRAN Visual Workbench.
- Build a project with F32\DEBUGME
Set breakpoints at lines 22 and 26 of F32\DEBUGME\DEBUGME.FOR:
MyReal4 = MyInt4 * 3.14159
If ((MyInt4 * MyReal4) .EQ. MyReal8) Then
- Press F5 to "GO"; the current line will be 22.
- Single-step (press F8 or F10); the next line (24) is skipped and the debugger will go to the breakpoint on line 26.
To see what is happening in more detail, after step 5, turn on display of mixed source and assembly from the View menu (or with the command CTRL+F7).
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