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Execute subsequent top-level queries with the debugger on.
If the debugger is already on, no effect. If not, the debugger
will be switched on at the next top-level query. The debugger will
stay on until it is switched off with notrace/0.
The debugger will stop at the first traceable port.
This is not actually a predicate but a toplevel-command.
Modes and Determinism
[eclipse 1]: [user].
p :- true, writeln(hello).
user compiled traceable 68 bytes in 0.00 seconds
[eclipse 2]: trace.
Debugger switched on - creep mode
[eclipse 3]: p.
(1) 1 CALL p %> creep
S (2) 2 CALL writeln(hello) %> creep
S (2) 2 EXIT writeln(hello) %> creep
(1) 1 EXIT p %> creep
debug / 0, debug / 1, notrace / 0, trace / 1