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Simulator Commands->Step Into

In disassembly mode, use this command to execute the next instruction and only the next instruction.  In source level mode use this command to execute the next line of source code.

If the instruction is a subroutine or function call, and you do not wish to follow the execution into this subroutine, then use the step over command instead.

If the next instruction is not a subroutine call, then step into and step over behave identically.

If the simulator is in source level mode and the program has been compiled with common code merging enabled, then the simulator may occasionally skip one or more lines of source code.  This is because these lines have been merged and the related code has become disassociated with source lines.