Ignoring stop statements

I’m trying to debug some (very old) Fortran code, which uses stop statements. Every time I encounter one with the debugger, it terminates execution. I think I need to use the ‘ignore’ command to work past it, but I’m not sure what the signal is that I want to ignore.

Hi Cherish,

The STOP statement is used by a programmer to terminate execution and there isn’t a way to ignore them. Your could rewrite the code and remove them but my assumption is that the original programmer put them in for a reason. Can you determine why the STOP statement is being encountered? Is the program doing some self checking and determined that it’s in an error state?

  • Mat