The disassemble function disassembles the Lambda {anLambda} into a string representing its Virtual Machine instructions, modifiers, and arguments. The disassemble function has optional arguments {start}, and {end} that specify the disassembly should begin and end from the specified displacement line numbers. The displacements are virtual machine displacements NOT source line numbers.

The optional argument {src:} specifies that the source statements should be displayed in before the Virtual Machine instructions.

The optional argument {short:} specifies that the source statements should be displayed in short format.

The optional argument {srcOnly:} specifies that ONLY the SOURCE statements should be displayed.

The disassemble function also operates in cooperation with the debug function. For correct operation, the target Analytic Information Server Lambda must have been compiled with the debugger mode on. The disassemble function will display the source and generated Virtual Machine instructions for any Lambda compiled with debug mode on. The {start} and {end} arguments, shown in these commands, are those generated from the disassemble function.


The disassemble function returns the Virtual Machine Lambda instructions, modifiers, and arguments and/or source statements.




(disassemble anLambda start end src: short: srcOnly:)

Arguments Name Type Description
Argument:anLambdaLambda The Lambda to be disassembled.
Argument:startInteger A starting displacement.
Argument:endInteger An ending displacement.
Argument:src:Symbol Optional argument. If present, the source statements will be displayed in front of the Virtual Machine instructions
Argument:short:Symbol Optional argument. If present, the disassembly will be displayed in short format.
Argument:srcOnly:Symbol Optional argument. If present, the source statements will be displayed only, NOT the Virtual Machine Instructions


A string containing the virtual machine instructions with the source string (optional) of the Lambda argument.



Here are a number of links to Lambda coding examples which contain this instruction in various use cases.


Argument Types

Here are the links to the data types of the function arguments.

Lambda Boolean Symbol String

Here are also a number of links to functions having arguments with any of these data types.

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