Display and List

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DISPLAY / LIST Contents of the active table and any related tables.
DISPLAY BREAKPOINT / LIST BREAKPOINT Currently active breakpoints in debugging mode.
DISPLAY CALLS / LIST CALLS Call stack for the current program, procedure or function.
DISPLAY CLASSES / LIST CLASSES Currently active system, user-defined, class library and API classes.
DISPLAY DATABASE / LIST DATABASE Information about the active database and its contents.
DISPLAY DICTIONARY / LIST DICTIONARY Dictionary values for the active table.
DISPLAY FILES / LIST FILES Tables or files matching a specified skeleton in the current directory, database and path.
DISPLAY HISTORY / LIST HISTORY Previously entered commands.
DISPLAY INDEXES / LIST INDEXES Index information for the active table.
DISPLAY IOSTATS / LIST IOSTATS Statistics for table and index file I/O operations.
DISPLAY MEMORY / LIST MEMORY Contents of the current predefined symbols (#DEFINE), and system and user-defined memory variables.
DISPLAY PROCEDURE / LIST PROCEDURE Currently active procedures and functions.
DISPLAY PROFILE / LIST PROFILE Current profile settings and I/O statistics.
DISPLAY PROTECTION / LIST PROTECTION Dictionary based protection values for the active table.
DISPLAY REPORT / LIST REPORT Contents of the specified report file (.frm).
DISPLAY STATUS / LIST STATUS Current status information, including data, settings and keys.
DISPLAY STRUCTURE / LIST STRUCTURE Structure of the active table.
DISPLAY TABLES / LIST TABLES Tables in the currently active database.
DISPLAY TIMELINE / LIST TIMELINE Database timelines row versioning records.
DISPLAY TRIGGERS / LIST TRIGGERS Dictionary based trigger settings for the active table.
DISPLAY USERS / LIST USERS Currently logged in users.
DISPLAY VIEW / LIST VIEW Contents of the specified view file (.vue).
DISPLAY WATCHPOINT / LIST WATCHPOINT Currently active watchpoints in debugging mode.

DISPLAY commands differ from LIST commands in that they pause every screen until a key is pressed. You can cancel any further output at this point by pressing the [ABANDON] key. When the output is sent to a file or printer, the pause is disabled.